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Cataract Dam

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

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 530: Drifting into the Clouds

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

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 487: I’m Still Rambling

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

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Cumulus Meets Cirrus

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.

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Underside

I’ve been wanting to get a decent shot of the underside of ANZAC Bridge for a while but haven’t gotten around to attempting the photo. I did it a while ago but it wasn’t a good photo and until last … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 368: Streets Glisten

The rain is falling and the plants are feeling as rejuvenated as they need to be. Streets glisten from the water falling on them as the sun shines down on the earth, creating some sort of focused glow. The streets … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 172: I don’t know what I wrote and don’t care to find out

I remember a while ago I tried to write something within the last ten minutes of wrapping up a shift whilst I was working in home loans. That was a fair while ago now. Well, it wasn’t, but I am … Continue reading

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