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Another photo of the skeletal structure of the building that I saw. In this photo, the beams seem to be “Layered” upon each other. When I think about it, they are in a way, albeit with plenty of space between … Continue reading
Here’s the transmission tower that Ewe and I saw, except now with it being more visible. Well, visible in a different way. A tall structure that can be seen as imposing in its height and bony body. I hope you … Continue reading
This was taken when last at Balls Head Reserve. To be more specific, shortly after exiting Balls Head Reserve. I submitted this as my photo for Leanne Cole‘s Monochrome Madness this week. Being the first Thursday of the month, it … Continue reading
Here’s a transmission tower that Ewe and I walked under whilst we were in the Blue Mountains. I think that the geometric pattern of the structure is fairly interesting. There’s a good use of angles in the structure. I also … Continue reading
I like this pattern, but I wonder as to what has caused it to occur. Was it disease? Was it an insect? I don’t know. I find the pattern to be nice and well-crafted. I hope you enjoy.