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Some Apartments

I think I may have shared a photo of these apartments before, but I’m not entirely sure. I like the contrast between the reflection and the actual buildings. I think it works in terms of showing how the same thing … Continue reading

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Concentrated Ripples

Whilst taking photos at Cowan Creek I saw ripples forming in specific places on the water’s surface. They would appear and stay around for only brief periods. I suspect there was some sort of creature (or creatures) either feeding or … Continue reading

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Avicennia marina Reflects

Might be wrong, but the information I’ve gathered indicates that the three main plants here are Avicennia marina (grey mangrove) plants. These are visible in the previous photo I shared, but I took a few shots focusing on them initially … Continue reading

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Pinched Toward the Side

The reflection at this particular point of the walk I did last week was quite clear. As such, I really like how the reflection appears in this image. There’s a fair bit of detail coming through. Not so much that … Continue reading

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Reflection’s Pathway

Here’s another photo taken last year whilst on a field trip. This was taken at around the same time as these three photos. I feel as though this has a good balance of light and detail. I like that the … Continue reading

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Reflection of a Bridge

I know that I was trying to capture this particular scene in a specific way, but I can’t quite remember what that specific way was. Pretty sure this is close. Anyway, here’s a photo of some of the area underneath … Continue reading

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A Bridge for Trains

This is the same bride as seen in this photo. I feel as though I could have done a better job of processing this, but I am mostly satisfied with the result. I feel that in monochrome a lot of … Continue reading

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An Open Space for a Rocky Landscape

The same location as seen in these photos. I like the “rough flatness”, as well as the feeling of the area being open. The small pools of water reflect the sky quite nicely, and there are a few interesting formations … Continue reading

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The Cahill Expressway on a Rainy Day

This was taken in February when I was wandering around Sydney CBD during a storm. It feels rather flat and dreary. The weather was a bit dreary at this point, but the area didn’t feel as flat as this does. … Continue reading

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Transitioning to Evening

I think that I did really well with this photo. The colours are soft, the light levels are low. There’s a slight warmth to the image. I think the scene is rather beautiful in a way. The clouds feel layered … Continue reading

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