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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 463: Such a Drag

Walking is such a drag, but when you’re dragging all that which you’ve left behind, then it’s more of a slide, of sorts. Where is this going? I don’t know, I’m just here to let you know. So sliding. Sliding … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 459: Walking and Something About a Carp

Once more, the morning is here and I am here where I am, which is in a building that is larger than it appears as you don’t actually get to see much of the building from the outside, or you  … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 440: A Nice Day

Today was a good day. I got up early, but not too early. It was around my usual time. It did not take long before I was ready and leaving the house to head to Waterfall for the first time … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 420: Morning Mashing

There’s stuff that I need to do, but I’m here and not there and starting this off the way that I normally would start off all of these posts. There are loud typing sounds echoing off into the distance, but … Continue reading

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Moving Walkway

This was taken on the recent weekend. I was playing around with long exposures in a moving walkway. I like how all the lines stretch and blur , yet still leave a strong impression of the shape of the walkway … Continue reading

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Growing Shadows

It was a bright day. Perhaps it could have been brighter. People walking through Darling Harbour, their shadows stretching out. I thought they’d turn out darker than this. Anyway, I hope you enjoy.

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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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