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Leaving the Quay

In this image we can see a ferry heading off to its next destination. Where that is, I do not know. This is a rather plan image. It’s also a bit busy in places, but I do like that. I … Continue reading

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Overlooking Surry Hills

Well, some of it, at least. To me this shot feels a bit enclosed, quiet and cold. Also a bit bare. Obviously it’s full of buildings, but there’s still something empty about it. I do like the different styles of … Continue reading

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Old Building

Whilst I was in the city with my camera when I was taking the camera to the place here I get it serviced I stumbled across this building. The buildings adjacent to it appear to be much more modern. I … Continue reading

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Group of Apartments

There are a few large buildings in this particular area, but these really stand out to me. I imagine in a few years these will be ubiquitous enough around Olympic Park so as to lack prominence, but right now they … Continue reading

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A Minor Part

Taken in the same area as this photo. The different shooting point shows a different part of The Western Distributor. This scene feels a bit cold, I think. It doesn’t have much direct sunlight falling on the visible area, which … Continue reading

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Shades and a Coat Hanger

I was trying to capture this scene in a certain way. I won’t say how as I’m going to head back out to this spot and take the photo again; hopefully closer to how I want to capture the scene. … Continue reading

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Space at the Quay

I can’t remember a time where I’ve seen Circular Quay this empty. In a way it’s nice as you can see more of its shape and design with ease, as well as get a sense for how far it stretches … Continue reading

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Under Clouds

Not a great photo, but I really like how the angle and the lens (16-35mm f4) skewed the shape of some of the objects in this image. I also like the curvature of the pattern from the clouds and how … Continue reading

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Quiet Pyrmont Bridge

This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s TPM photo challenge for this week. The theme for this challenge is “The Place I Would Like to Visit the Most Again After Lockdown”. The place I want to visit the most is … Continue reading

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Archway in the Fog

This photo feels a bit odd to me. Part of that feeling likely has to do with the angle I was on in relation to being directly in front of the archway. It probably also has to do with the … Continue reading

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