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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 563: Walk Alongside a River

Of course it is just another one of those days that requires a walk beside the canal that is referred to a river. It is a river that is no longer a completely natural structure, for the banks were preserved … Continue reading

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A River’s Mouth

Which River? Karuah River. The land at the mouth isn’t too far away from where this photo was taken. It would take a bit of time to walk though. I like that you get an idea of how massive the … Continue reading

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Small Waves on the River

Another Cooks River photo. I think this is a shot very much about texture and light. I can’t quite explain why. The river almost looks like static in places, and the sunlight is making the shadows appear pretty full, I … Continue reading

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Traveling Over the Spheroid

A couple of weeks ago I walked home from farther away than usual. Part of the reason was that I wanted to get a shot of a train crossing this bridge. I wasn’t expecting the production of the shape from … Continue reading

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More of The Cooks River

As per the title. I think the curvature of the “river” is nice as it really gives a sense of the whole thing getting away from you… or perhaps coming toward you. Not much water so you see more of … Continue reading

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Sunset at the Drying Cooks

Another sunset shot, but this time taken whilst crossing over The Cooks River. Some strong colours in this one, I think. The stillness of the water captures the sky well, and the contrast between the brightness of the sunset and … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 502: River Search

There are many stretches ahead. That is what I thought to myself as I journeyed the land beneath my feet. The land beneath what I would usually refer to as home. I took a step forward into the unknown, toward … Continue reading

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