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One Thousand Word Challenge 78: Walking Along Cooks River

I think at this point I need a bit of sleep. Going for lengthy walks is not something I do regularly enough and so my body is feeling the suffering that that ends up leading to, and it just ain’t … Continue reading

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A Bridge for Trains

This is the same bride as seen in this photo. I feel as though I could have done a better job of processing this, but I am mostly satisfied with the result. I feel that in monochrome a lot of … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 669: Too Long in Front of the Computer

I think I’ve spent far too long in front of the computer at this stage. I’m not talking about the years of my life, but only the morning of this morning. Fixing up a whole lot of music sot hat … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 34: First Cycle of 2020 Replete With Rambling

Once more I found myself taking to the power of peddling and rode my bike most of the way to work on one particular day last week. It had been a while longer than I wanted, but last year was … Continue reading

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The Cooks River Under a Smoke-Filled Sky

This was taken in late November. It was a day not too long after the bushfires gained greater awareness. I think this photo works best as a contrast to this one. I think that in this photo the sky looks … Continue reading

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Morning River

About a month ago whilst walking to a train station I took this photo. There were a few things I found appealing about it: The low water level revealing a lot of the constructed riverbank bank and bed. The rubbish … Continue reading

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Reflective Power

More photography of The Cooks River. The reflection is distorted, but not to the point where you can’t tell what anything is. It looks like an imitation of an impressionist painting, I think. The afternoon light is captured on the … Continue reading

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Small Waves on the River

Another Cooks River photo. I think this is a shot very much about texture and light. I can’t quite explain why. The river almost looks like static in places, and the sunlight is making the shadows appear pretty full, I … Continue reading

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More of The Cooks River

As per the title. I think the curvature of the “river” is nice as it really gives a sense of the whole thing getting away from you… or perhaps coming toward you. Not much water so you see more of … Continue reading

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Sunset at the Drying Cooks

Another sunset shot, but this time taken whilst crossing over The Cooks River. Some strong colours in this one, I think. The stillness of the water captures the sky well, and the contrast between the brightness of the sunset and … Continue reading

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