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One Thousand Word Challenge 81: The Bridge in the Desert

It was a warm day, as was the shift from winter to spring to summer would allow at any rate. Technically it just was spring, but I’m referring to the transition of seasons. Soon it would be summer as that … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 746: About a Desert

Crossing expanses upon expanses and following the rolling dunes that change form and reshape themselves in some sort of eternal dance of metamorphosis. Perhaps they are a great amorphous body rather than some giant landscape. Perhaps. Crossing requires time and … Continue reading

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Spread of Light

Recently whilst on a brief break during a shift working I went into my backyard. When I looked at the sky I saw the clouds and the way they were spread out was something I wanted to capture. I grabbed … Continue reading

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Trees Fill The Scene

There’s a lookout slightly over two kilometres from where I live. It’s not the biggest nor the greatest lookout, but it does allow for an appreciable view. I feel as though there is a strong sense of distance in this … Continue reading

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Boat in Water

The same boat as the small one in this photo. I feel as though this image makes the boat feel smaller than in the prior one. It might be due to it feeling more isolated. This is my submission into┬áLeanne … Continue reading

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Downhill

Or uphill, depending on how you want to view the thing. I really like the slope’s angle. It shifts a little, but almost feels as though it smoothly curves whilst remaining steep. I also like the contrast in light brought … Continue reading

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Semi Detached Point

I don’t know why this particular place is called Semi Detached Point. It doesn’t seem semi-detached so perhaps there is another reason. Maybe it is but it isn’t obvious. Anyway… The cabins near this place have a bit of history … Continue reading

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Hillside View

This is a place near Otford. I’ve been down to where these particular cabins are a few times. It’s a pleasant place. I think this photo has a good sense of scale and space. I do like how the scene … Continue reading

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Two Watercraft

Two watercraft with a large amount of distance between them. Both similar and perhaps familiar, yet ultimately providing different services. I took this photo mostly for the difference in the vehicles’ sizes, but I really like how strongly the sense … Continue reading

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Sydney Behind Headland

A shot of Sydney CBD from past part of the headland that encloses the harbour. Almost seems like the city is built into this part of headland. Almost. I think that the photo is pleasant enough. Not sure if it … Continue reading

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