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Albert (Tibby) Cotter Walkway

Surprise! It’s a bridge. A bridge that coils around as it moves toward the ramp that allows the crossing of Anzac Parade in a safe manner. This shot has (to me) weird lighting. Not sure what it is about the … Continue reading

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Cables of the Frame

It’s been a few months since my last photo of Anzac Bridge, so here’s another one. I was trying to capture the road at the bottom, but it wasn’t as much as I thought I’d get. Still, I like the … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 474: More Than The Three Words

Fatigue. Fatigue. Fatigue. Well, I had nothing else to say on this fine evening of evenings, so that is what I shall leave you all with to read on this evening of fine evenings existing within a paradigm of evenings … Continue reading

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Skyscraper Review

“The Rock” Johnson plays an amputee that breaks into a skyscraper that’s on fire by running along the jib of a tower crane and then jumping into the skyscraper so he can save his family. Along the way there is … Continue reading

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Webb Bridge

Well, one end of Webb Bridge. Taken during my morning walk in Melbourne, this bridge represents something. I’m not sure as to what it represents, but I do know that it does represent something. I think that the design of … Continue reading

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Docklands Pylons

More pylons. I was lucky to be able to get them all in one frame. I like that everything is meant to look scenic and ideal as I don’t think much (if anything) clashes with the visible buildup of rubbish. … Continue reading

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Southbank at Dawn

Another photo of Southbank, but this time with a greater amount of open space. I like how the colours interact with the light of the dawn, as well as how large and vague the clouds appear. Some of the cars … Continue reading

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