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Fog Consumes the Horizon

Here’s a photo taken from Jamberoo Lookout. I think that almost immediately you get a good sense of distance and depth in the photo, which has a lot to do with the closeness of the terrain. The fog in the … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 504: Step into the Mist

The second day of the week. It is here. I am looking out and about along the lines that lead to somewhere. Leading lines they are, but they do not lead. They only follow the trails that have been set … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 498: A Rising in the Distance

A rising in the distance. From within the fog, vague shapes rise and form to create something more concrete, something less discrete, something fart more real than real. Or, at least that is what people think the fog thinks anyway. … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 484: Stare out the Window

I was able to stare out the window of the apartment that I am currently in. I was able to stare out of it and I guess now I am able to attempt to stare out of it, but it … Continue reading

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Clouds Carry the Morning Light

First morning of the recent field trip to Smiths Lake. I like the colour of the clouds in this one. It’s soft and warm and seems to add a bit of depth to the clouds as they billow outward. The … Continue reading

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Foggy Sunrise

On one of the mornings of the field trip I woke up early to catch the sunrise. Actually, that was every morning of the field trip. On this particular one, I walked along the road behind the field station in … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 20: Suburban Days

It was a dark morning in the living room on that particular day. Some light was shining through, but due to how the house had been designed, it was not due to the window facing the sun. The carpet, a … Continue reading

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