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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 760: Horse Hours

It’s all horse hours here. Been trapped for a while. Can’t escape. Can’t get out. Getting comfortable at least. The last time I saw the exit was… far too long ago for me to remember. Perhaps it wasn’t that long … Continue reading

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A Few Ways Out

Stairs, a lift, and the train all lead to leaving this station in some manner. The slight blur on the train suggests its leaving. This photo has a slight moodiness to it, and whilst it appears quiet, the train’s motion … Continue reading

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Illuminated Exit

Might be two exits. I really like how the exit light contrasts with the rest of the area. It’s a very sudden shift and feels more colourful compared to the area being darkened by the gradual onset of evening. I … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 634: The Timer Starts

So the timer starts and I await for the moment to strike which just so happens to be when the timer starts. Need tor ace through it all. Need to work out as to how my fingers are gliding over … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 630: Don’t Stop

It’s not long before the starting begins, so I need tor ace on ahead and try and see something on the distance. Where is my focus when I need it? It’s not here. Ahead is hard to see. I have … Continue reading

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Leaving the Tram

This was taken shortly after arriving at Southern Cross Station. This image shows people departing from a tram. As you can see, the motion that they make with their legs suggests movement in a direction through the medium of walking. … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 424: Float and Act

Pulling the sails tight and drawing them close in order to conceal the evidence of a murdered body floating down the river and by the viewers and the tourists, but that was always the plan. Only due to the fact … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 25: Suburban Days 2

Eventually, whilst the pain of walking in a harsh, dry sun was unbearable, The Resident managed to struggle onward with less and less stopping. There were things that needed to be done. There were responsibilities that needed to be carried … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 347: Tunneling for an Exit

The walls were collapsing and there was no escape. Well, it seemed that there was no escape. It was rather hard to tell, what with all the lack of easily-accessible lighting that would be needed to tell as to where … Continue reading

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