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One Thousand Word Challenge 55: Suburban Days 5

Standing and sitting in silence seemed as though it was going to be the main thing for the rest of the afternoon, so NAME walked back around him and went back inside. Perhaps he too should have gone back inside, … Continue reading

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Moving Lights

This was taken in Campsie a few weeks ago. I like how the light lines came out as they’re rather distinct. Along with the vagueness of the surrounding area, they create a strong impression of the suburban landscape, I think. … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 33: Suburban Days 4

And it was indeed a deep sleep from which he awoke. Sore his head was, but not pounding. Still tired, but more alert. No more feeling of giving up on the day, but certainly the feeling of not wanting to … Continue reading

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Port Kembla and Suburban Surrounds

This shot was taken at Mount Keira. The light fog kind of makes the image a bit faded, but only a bit. I think this does a good job of showing different forms of land use over a short distance. … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 28: Suburban Days 3

And out through the entrance he exited and into the sun, the dry heat and the burning concrete. From outside the cool sarcophagus of a shopping centre he exited and into the world. The journey home would be tough. His … Continue reading

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West Ryde Station

Where my recent lengthy cycle began. I like how massive some of the clouds feel when compared to everything else. Massive and relaxing. I also like how simple, yet detailed the scene appears. The scene feels like it is somewhere … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 434: Form Assessment

Sitting down to sort through their papers, the person of this particular story felt some sort of amounting pressure that could not be ignored. The pressure was bubbling up from behind the lid, but this was not a time for … Continue reading

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Bronte Beach in the Afternoon

I walked from Coogee to Bondi yesterday which of course meant that there were many a photo taken. Here’s a photo of Bronte Beach. I like the way that the light in this photo has a strong effect on the … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 25: Suburban Days 2

Eventually, whilst the pain of walking in a harsh, dry sun was unbearable, The Resident managed to struggle onward with less and less stopping. There were things that needed to be done. There were responsibilities that needed to be carried … Continue reading

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Bridge Among the Suburban Sprawl

I guess this could have been displayed in a better way, but that’s something for me to work on. I guess you could say that the buildings are “Variations on a Theme“, if the theme is suburbia, which I guess … Continue reading

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