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At times, a “Favorite Place” of mine to be is somewhere within the city. It’s not often, but sometimes I enjoy walking around and exploring it to see if I find something interesting that I knew not of beforehand, or … Continue reading
Here is a place “I’d Rather Be…” Actually, no. I’d rather not go back to Smiths Lake. I’d rather go elsewhere. I would rather be at Smiths Lake than the city, however. I think that the reflection being a bit … Continue reading
Taken last year whilst at Huskisson. This is a fairly small area, but I think that due to little frame of reference it feels much larger. Maybe it has to do with the shadows. I think that the oyster sitting … Continue reading
Here’s some photos taken on Wednesday during the recent field trip to Smiths Lake. They were hanging around two fishermen. They could have been waiting for some spare food, or they could have been there due to a high concentration … Continue reading
Behold! Some smoothies! I imagine that they would have tasted “Sweet“. This is my submission into The Daily Post‘s photo challenge for the week. I hope you enjoy.
The Ferris Wheel at Darling Harbour. I imagine that some “Tour Guide“s have brought tourists to this spot as it is kind of nice to look upon. I like how the wheel appears at this angle, as well as the … Continue reading
A “Beloved” bird leaving the land, if temporarily, in order to find somewhere else for itself to be. As much as they annoy me, I love birds. I think that they are really powerful, majestic and graceful creatures that deserve … Continue reading
I guess this could have been displayed in a better way, but that’s something for me to work on. I guess you could say that the buildings are “Variations on a Theme“, if the theme is suburbia, which I guess … Continue reading
From above, a photo of Taffy Island was taken. It is rather small and would, other than the sound of water and possibly some animals, experience a lot of “Silence“. I like the small amount of vegetation almost appearing as … Continue reading