Tag Archives: Train

Into The

This started as a word challenge and then I lost the time but I didn’t want to start again so I kept it going. I guess that in a really loose sense this is poetry. It’s okay. Anyway, I hope … Continue reading

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Bending Away From the Sunrise

I woke up really early yesterday morning and so I decided to leave the residence a bit earlier than usual. Lucky for me I was able to witness the glorious sunrise of the morning. It was one of the strongest … Continue reading

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Light Stretches Over Train Tracks

These were taken last week whilst I was in Redfern. The colour of these photos seems a little odd to me and I think that I may have left the shutter open for a little too long, but I think … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 404: The Start?

The start? Where is the start? Is it at the beginning? If the beginning has already begun, does that mean the start is not the start but somewhere else in the middle, or at least approaching the middle, depending on … Continue reading

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Lights Shine in the Distance

Still working out how to use shallower depths of field. Another train shot at Redfern. The train was stopped there for a while so I took advantage of the opportunity. I like how the poles are silhouetted in this shot … Continue reading

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Dramatic Redfern Station

A few nights ago I was lucky enough to bear witness to this dramatic sky. Something about it seems really striking. Maybe it’s due to how much the light and dark areas contrast with each other. Otherwise I think this … Continue reading

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To Mount Dingo: Heading Home

About a minute later we had reached Dunphy’s Campground. There was an overwhelming sense of relief. I saw that I had missed calls from Ewe’s mum (although it may have been earlier; I can’t remember). I tried calling her back … Continue reading

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