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From Jamberoo Lookout

Here’s a shot from see title. You can see that the land has not received much rain due to the dryness of the vegetation in the shot. Not exactly a desired thing. Hopefully the area gets a bit more rain. … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 270: I Have Fingers. You Have Fingers.

There is a keyboard in front of me. I am wearing a hat. The person next to me is wearing a hat. It would be more correct to say that we both simultaneously are wielding head apparatus upon our heads. … Continue reading

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Late Afternoon Sun

A photo taken at UNSW on Sunday, this one was. This gives a strong sense of how bright the sun can at times appear. I like how it casts everything in shadow . It wasn’t as dark as it appears, … Continue reading

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Power Pole in the Morning

Here’s a shot that I took when I was last in Annandale. Isn’t it interesting that power poles bring us all together without us ever having to see each other face-to-face? I hope you enjoy.

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 209: Night is the Time

It is night, the time of the darkness across the land and the time of the sleeping that is required for the resting in fullness in order to be as well-rested in the morning as possible in order for us … Continue reading

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Kirribilli in the Afternoon

This was taken shortly after the most recent photo of the Sydney Opera House that I’ve put up here. I think I was trying to play with the perspective of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in this shot. I think. I … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 194: In the Shadow that Blotted out the Sun

On the open hilly area a gentle, yet tense breeze blew through the grass. Clouds passed by overhead whilst animals grazed in relative peace. There was plenty of sun shining through and the giant fish bowl full of fish loomed … Continue reading

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