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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 320: Work the Job of Job

Here I sit, sitting away at my desk of job working to work the job of job working business to in order to assist with the thing that I do which is work in a form of service for the … Continue reading

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Transmission Tower Once More.

Here’s the transmission tower that Ewe and I saw, except now with it being more visible. Well, visible in a different way. A tall structure that can be seen as imposing in its height and bony body. I hope you … Continue reading

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Poinsettia Riverfire

A sculpture dedicated to the floral emblem of Brisbane, made by Luke Roberts. Interesting fact: This flower is not native to Brisbane, but it doesn’t matter. I like that this sculpture seems to be taller than all that is around … Continue reading

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Tall Trees Along the Path

Here’s one of the photos that I took whilst I was bushwalking last week. Here you can see some tall trees among a lush growth of vegetation. Like the rest of the bush land, this is an area that I … Continue reading

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Chimneys from Afar

Another shot of the Sydney Park Chimneys. I was lucky with how this shot turned out as it was pretty dark when I was at this part of the park. I like that, whilst you can tell that the chimneys … Continue reading

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Birth of a Concrete Log

Here we see the miracle of birth in all of its glory. Behold, the mighty concrete log. I was trying to highlight the massiveness of this building when I took this photo, which I’m not quite sure if I did, … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 233: Tree in the City

Somewhere off in the distance, on the edges of the city in the factory district, behind the thick curtain of smog and cement sits a tree. At the base of this tree, the air is as pure as the air … Continue reading

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