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Stabilising Sand

Here’s a shot taken at The Hawks Nest Dunes. This was taken on the same field trip as these three photos. I feel as though this photo has a strong sense of layering due to the sand taking up most … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 746: About a Desert

Crossing expanses upon expanses and following the rolling dunes that change form and reshape themselves in some sort of eternal dance of metamorphosis. Perhaps they are a great amorphous body rather than some giant landscape. Perhaps. Crossing requires time and … Continue reading

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Wharf View

I waited too long to do anything and currently am rather tired, so tonight it’s just this photo I’m sharing. I like that in this shot what is in the distance is a park rather than a far side of … Continue reading

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Young Avicennia marina

Also known as a grey mangrove. This is near where I grew up. This place has (at least in my lifetime) always had mangrove plants, but it’s still nice to see them spreading as they help to keep the local … Continue reading

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Interlacing

I saw this in The Royal National Park. This is probably a not-uncommon thing to see, but there’s only one place where I am absolutely certain as to where I can see this kind of sedimentary pattern at a beach. … Continue reading

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View of the Beach

More cabins in The Royal National Park. Not the same ones as the ones in the photo featuring cabins I recently shared. Kind of a small, peaceful scene. Maybe. It doesn’t quite feel calm. Feels a bit windy (though I … Continue reading

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Rippling

As seen somewhere in The Royal National Park. This is a small stream on a beach. I really like how the water is moving over the sand. It’s altering the textural appearance in an interesting way, I think. I hope … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 662: Waiting for a Break

Of course there would be a push to move on forward from the safety of the oasis. The oasis could only remain safe for so long, after all. They had to keep on moving forward. There was no other choice, … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 650: The Target. The Goal.

The ocean was as vast and beautiful as it had always been. A long time since they had traversed this location. Far too long. As always, the rainforest seemed to suddenly pull back to reveal a grand, open expanse full … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 630: Don’t Stop

It’s not long before the starting begins, so I need tor ace on ahead and try and see something on the distance. Where is my focus when I need it? It’s not here. Ahead is hard to see. I have … Continue reading

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