Tag Archives: shadow

Sitting at the End

I took this photo whilst walking around Blackwattle Bay. I like the implied mystery of a person sitting there, facing the wall. I also like how the frame helps to draw focus toward the person. Shadows work in an interesting … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 81: The Bridge in the Desert

It was a warm day, as was the shift from winter to spring to summer would allow at any rate. Technically it just was spring, but I’m referring to the transition of seasons. Soon it would be summer as that … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 789: Cold Day

Cold day, winds blowing. Seems wet and miserable outside, but right now it’s not raining. I guess that might be seen as a positive. However, it can also be seen as a negative. Don’t know as to why I felt … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 774: The Door After Dismantling

And so it is done and all is said and all that is left is to remove the door and go on home with it. However, if there is no door, then there is no remnant and as such perhaps … Continue reading

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Frame’s gaps

I’m not quite sure what I was aiming for when I took this photo, other than capturing the bridge’s structure at a specific angle. I think I did a good job of showing space. The bridge is not the widest … 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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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 704: Stopping at Options

Alright, so there they were, looking over the edge and trying to suss out as to whether the journey was worth it. Of course the journey is worth it sometimes, but this was a long drop and a slow climb … Continue reading

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Zia McCabe

I don’t feel as though I got good shots of Zia McCabe when The Dandy Warhols were here last year. I missed a few opportunities so I did the best I could with what I ended up with. I think … Continue reading

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Looking Outward From Inside the Tunnel

I’ve taken photos of this tunnel before. I’ve also spent many a brief period in the afternoon traversing through it, but that’s something I’ll get into another time. I like how the light comes through in a way that almost … Continue reading

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Quiet Aisles

This was shortly after the power went out in Burwood Plaza. I think that the lighting changes the feel a little. This kind of feels like it was recently abandoned, or that the supermarket was shut for the day. I … Continue reading

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