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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 662: Waiting for a Break

Of course there would be a push to move on forward from the safety of the oasis. The oasis could only remain safe for so long, after all. They had to keep on moving forward. There was no other choice, … Continue reading

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Cleared Hills

A fairly wide and open expanse. I like the layering and the strong sense of distance. I also like how this feels very quiet. It almost seems as though the area is abandoned. At the time of this photo, it … Continue reading

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Dirt Road

As that is pretty much what it is. So this shot shows both regrowth and “fully grown” vegetation. I think it’s interesting as to how the road feels more like a separator of the areas rather than a road for … Continue reading

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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 525: Many a Time

Once more racing the clock. Trying to reach the end of it all and yet I don’t know where the end even begins, but that shall not stop me on my endeavour to be the very best, like someone who … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 517: Vast, Endless Horizon

I just want to get to the water. I want to stand at the shore and look outward and see what is happening far off on the horizon and just lose myself in the scene that I am presented with. … Continue reading

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The Bridge

There was a space between two cliffs. A large chasm that separated two distinct lands, or at least they seemed distinct from the opposite view to each other. They knew of each other well, for commerce needed to occur by … Continue reading

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