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There’s something about seeing the intensity of a storm quickly swallow the sky before its clouds unleash upon the ground and its features that I find appealing. I hope you enjoy.
Taken shortly before a storm hit. It wasn’t the heaviest of rainfalls, but it certainly was satisfying. I like the layering of the clouds here as there’s something rather menacing about how they appear. There’s also something quite beautiful about … Continue reading
The same power pole as seen in this photo, but with a softer and perhaps moodier sunset. Less dramatic, more “subtle”. Softer, gentler… kind of. Certainly less ominous. With this one I feel there’s a bit more of a contrast … Continue reading
Although there is some processing adding to the effect, the sunset in this photo was not as strong as it appears. The shots came through with the colours being rather saturated and I really liked how it affected the mood … Continue reading
During my recent walk through Balls Head Reserve I planned on taking my friend from there to Milsons Point via the coastline. Unfortunately the path is now blocked off around Sawmiller’s Reserve (though I might be remembering the pathway incorrectly) … Continue reading
Just a photo that I feel mostly focuses on some of the overhead stuff along a railway. Only just now noticed a transmission tower and a bird in the shot. Anyway, I like how there’s a lot of rigid-looking lines … Continue reading
As far as I’m aware, whilst this area remains in use, it is in a diminished capacity compared to how it was a while ago. I think that at some point there were train tracks next to these sheds. They’ve … Continue reading
I saw this in The Royal National Park. This is probably a not-uncommon thing to see, but there’s only one place where I am absolutely certain as to where I can see this kind of sedimentary pattern at a beach. … Continue reading
Late last year I covered The Dandy Warhols’ performance at The Enmore for Culture Eater. It was a fun gig to cover. I thought I shared some of the photos I took here but apparently I did not, so here’s … Continue reading