Tag Archives: ambiguous

Further in

Same tunnel as yesterday, but from a different point and looking at the other end. I guess that, seeing as I’ve posted the same tunnel in a directly sequential manner, that makes the pictures thematic in some way. This shot … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 590: Not too Much Consumption

I probably should’ve started writing earlier in the day, but if I don’t start writing now then I probably won’t write anything at all and then that is another day down the proverbial gurgler, which is something that I want … Continue reading

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Musician in Motion

I was playing around with a slower shutter speed when I took this shot. I like the result. It’s not a great photo by any means, but I like how it has an ambiguous quality. I can still tell that … Continue reading

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Secthdamon

Last week I was shooting the Emperor gig in Sydney for Culture Eater. I really like how this photo turned out. I think that the colour really helps to frame Secthdamon well, as well as highlight only parts of his form. … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 498: A Rising in the Distance

A rising in the distance. From within the fog, vague shapes rise and form to create something more concrete, something less discrete, something fart more real than real. Or, at least that is what people think the fog thinks anyway. … Continue reading

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Cloud Cover on Dawn’s Horizon

A photo taken recently, as it were. With this one, I like that the ocean is both distinct and ambiguous toward the horizon line. It both blends in and stands out the closer the the horizon it is. I like … Continue reading

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Sand and Rocks

When I was processing this photo I decided to stuff around a bit and this was the result. The way that the sand seems to disappear the less focused the image becomes helps enhance the ambiguity and I do like … Continue reading

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Mirror Sky

Not quite, but it is above the ground. This was taken near Central Station. I like how there’s a wave-like pattern formed by these panels, as well as patterns of colour and light. I like how the way the ground … Continue reading

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Ibis Preening

Here’s a shot that I took on Sunday. I like how the ibis looks almost bizarre in this photo as whilst it is easily recognised as an ibis, its form has elements of ambiguity. I also think that, in general, … Continue reading

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Buildings Behind Circular Quay

They might actually be a part of Circular Quay, but I don’t know for certain. I took this photo on Wednesday last week whilst waiting for a train. I like how, whilst you can work out the shapes of the buildings, … Continue reading

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