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Moon Over Valley

A sunrise as seen whilst in The Blue Mountains and featuring the moon. The sun was behind Fe and I. I think it may have been partially obscured. Not entirely sure. Anyway, this is the sunrise that we saw and … Continue reading

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ANZAC War Memorial at Night

It’s interesting as to how objects can appear vastly different at night. I think that the shape is strong, but there is still an uncertain quality. I like that it seems almost as though to get in, you have to … Continue reading

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Waiting for Lights to Change

This was taken on the way to the nearest station after shooting a gig on Friday last week. An unevenly-lit scene featuring some socialising and a fair number of subjects waiting. Might be few subjects, depending on what you see … Continue reading

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Crooked Colours

A shot of the whole of Crooked Colours. I took this shot as I thought it would make for a good photo. Not sure if it does, but I do think that it turned out well. The band are framed … Continue reading

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Nyxen at The Enmore

Here’s a shot of the artist that goes by the moniker of Nyxen. This is more of a moody shot, as far as I’m aware. There’s a lot of space with low detail, but specific shape. Nyxen is alone on … Continue reading

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An Evening in Burwood

Behold, a view of part of Burwood in the time period often referred to as being the evening. I think that the scene is pretty… well, not vivid, but apparent… I think… It’s just a really simple shot. Straightforward framing … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 28: Suburban Days 3

And out through the entrance he exited and into the sun, the dry heat and the burning concrete. From outside the cool sarcophagus of a shopping centre he exited and into the world. The journey home would be tough. His … Continue reading

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