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Cargo Beam

A short long exposure of a cargo train as it passes through Campsie Station. I had to darken the photo a bit more than I would normally so as to bring out the parts of this photo without everything being … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 534: Yet Again, Back on the Bike Once More

It had been almost three months since my last time on a bike. Almost three months to the date. Well, today I hopped onto the bike and prevented that from becoming a reality. It had been far too long, much … Continue reading

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Traveling Over the Spheroid

A couple of weeks ago I walked home from farther away than usual. Part of the reason was that I wanted to get a shot of a train crossing this bridge. I wasn’t expecting the production of the shape from … Continue reading

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Along the Flooded Street

Two days ago in the afternoon there was a storm that passed on through Sydney. A bit of hail fell. Some hailstones were larger than others. Fe and I had left work for the day. It was raining when we … Continue reading

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Side by Side

Two watercraft, side by side, heading in the same direction, and so on. I like the direct comparison between these two boats. You can directly see their difference in utility and design. I also like the simplicity of the scene. … Continue reading

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Train Doors in Motion

I can’t remember if these were opening or closing. I suspect that these doors were opening, based on where the light falls. There’s not much to say about this photo. I like trains. I think that (to an extent) they’re … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 488: A Train Goes by

The low rumbling of a train goes by. It is not so loud that it overtakes everything, but it is loud enough to be present; to be there, in presence, making itself known and reminding us of its existence as … Continue reading

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