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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 571: This Rain is Amazing

This rain is amazing. Plants are all watered so I don’t have to do a damn thing. I will have to walk through it a bit later, but plants are watered so they’ll be fine for a few days. The … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 569: More Coffee?

I tell you what; there is nothing quite like feeling like you’ve been punched in the head. I haven’t been punched in the head, but I certainly feel it. Maybe I need more coffee. Maybe I need more water. Maybe … Continue reading

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Kiama Blowhole

One of the two blowholes at Kiama. This is the larger one. Given the right weather and tide level, this is something that becomes pretty powerful and “Wild“. I think that this photo gives a bit of an idea of … Continue reading

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Boomerang Beach

A shot from the most recent field trip. You can see how massive the waves are compared to everything else. It’s a large beach, so I think that in this shot large waves are appropriate. I didn’t have the filter … Continue reading

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Low Tide Sunrise

Not that high tide made much of a difference at this part of Smiths Lake. Now that I think about it, maybe it was high tide. Anyway, behold: A photo of Smiths Lake (a part I’ve shot a few times) … Continue reading

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Behind the Wall

When this shot was taken, The Cataract Dam’s water level had been going down for a while. I like that you can see how much of an impact on the landscape a dam can have. Some of the stuff here … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 563: Walk Alongside a River

Of course it is just another one of those days that requires a walk beside the canal that is referred to a river. It is a river that is no longer a completely natural structure, for the banks were preserved … Continue reading

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