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As with many cloud-related shots I’ve taken, I like how massive they appear here. I also like how in some parts of the photo the sunset’s light appears to be traveling along the clouds in a line. I hope you … Continue reading
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 Leanne … Continue reading
I think the colour came out really well in this photo. The clouds feel massive and get a lot of focus. There’s a sense of the striking and relaxing that I think I’ve captured. I hope you enjoy.
So there’s a bit of a blockage in my ear, but I’ll deal with that later. Besides which, maybe it’ll sprout and grow into something that I can use. Perhaps a tree, or something. I don’t think I’d much like … Continue reading
This was taken during one of my recent walks through my suburb, which (to me) is as much being “At Home” as is being inside. The clouds in this shot look really massive. That’s pretty much the only reason as … Continue reading
The coffee was good and now it is time to get into the meat of it all, but that keeps on moving away and so I must chase after it and see where it leads me. I head on over … Continue reading
What I like about this shot is how out of place the dam appears to be. From the angle of the shot it appears as though its end is rather sudden no matter which way you go. The photo gives … Continue reading
It’s been a long time since I was sitting at a desk at the end of a shift and trying to beat the clock in order to get something of text written down, and now that I am attempting to … Continue reading
It stormed yesterday afternoon and I managed to avoid the whole thing, somehow. Well, I guess that the reason that I managed to avoid the whole thing was that it passed before i left work. Now I am in a … Continue reading
Two forms of clouds in one photo. Who would’ve thought? A relaxing photo showing clouds in motion, drifting across the blue canvass to create images and patterns. I hope you enjoy.