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Wattle

Might be a golden wattle, but not sure. The leaves seem a bit too small to be a golden wattle, but I know very little about plants, so if someone knows what type of wattle this is, then please let … Continue reading

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Path into a Jungle

Whilst the area that this path leads into and out of is referred to as a jungle, it’s not quite one… maybe. I don’t quite know. When I took this shot I think I was trying to capture a sense … Continue reading

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Trees Fill The Scene

There’s a lookout slightly over two kilometres from where I live. It’s not the biggest nor the greatest lookout, but it does allow for an appreciable view. I feel as though there is a strong sense of distance in this … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 727: From Plant to Forest

Filtration of the sun’s light by clouds covering the surface of the earth, though eventually enough is allowed through. When it pierces the earthly heavens it shines on the soils of which have been moistened by the cloud’s produce. A … Continue reading

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Downward Leaves

This photo I like mostly due to how it displays details and depth. I think it probably could’ve been a little bit brighter. There’s a sense of space that doesn’t quite carry across when you’re in the actual area. It … Continue reading

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Ficus macrophylla

AKA Moreton Bay fig AKA Australian Banyan. I’ve been familiar with this tree for quite a long time, but the last time I saw it (before this shot) was roughly nine to ten years ago. Still the same tree and … Continue reading

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Autumn Trees

These trees are situated in one of NSW’s state forests. I was trying to capture the mound surrounded by the trees at an angle that captured the trees’ height and made the shot kind of look dramatic. I should’ve gone … Continue reading

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Young Avicennia marina

Also known as a grey mangrove. This is near where I grew up. This place has (at least in my lifetime) always had mangrove plants, but it’s still nice to see them spreading as they help to keep the local … Continue reading

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Warm Field

Right now might not be the best time to share something as stark and concerning as a scene affected by the byproduct of bushfires, but I do like this image. It’s not exactly pleasant, but I think it has a … Continue reading

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Cupid Statue

As seen in The Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney. Whilst this was taken roughly mid-afternoon, the light is as warm as it is as (if I remember correctly) the the bushfires were still in full force. It’s evident from the … Continue reading

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