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Rodd Island in a Veil of Smoke

We’ve had some pretty serious bushfires over the past few weeks. It’s pretty early on in the bushfire season. It’s also early for us to be in the bushfire season. I was getting a lift to uni on Tuesday when … Continue reading

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Bare Island in Monochrome

I recently found myself in La Perouse for the first time in a while due to the need to participate in a field trip. I arrived early so I took a number of photos. I feel as though this one … Continue reading

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More Sydney Harbour Bridge Structure

I may not be a fan of The Sydney Harbour Bridge, but I certainly do involve it in quite a number of photos, such as this one. I think that it may be due to my appreciation of its shape … Continue reading

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From Bush to Buildings

What I like about this photo is how parts of the background are covered, yet strongly suggested. To be fair, it’s mostly water, but I do like the effect. The clouds appear massive and the city small. The plants are … Continue reading

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The Space Around Sea Cliff Bridge

I think that I wanted to capture the sense of space around the bridge rather than the bridge itself. I think that the sky helps to give a sense of minimalism to the scene. It also helps to enhance the … Continue reading

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Traveling Over the Spheroid

A couple of weeks ago I walked home from farther away than usual. Part of the reason was that I wanted to get a shot of a train crossing this bridge. I wasn’t expecting the production of the shape from … Continue reading

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The Bridge

There was a space between two cliffs. A large chasm that separated two distinct lands, or at least they seemed distinct from the opposite view to each other. They knew of each other well, for commerce needed to occur by … Continue reading

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