Monthly Archives: March 2021

In Slag’s Cradle

A photo of part of a building related to a blast furnace framed by the same bit of slag as seen in this photo. When I took this photo I was trying to see how using the slag as framing … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 924: Drives on Forward

Got that thumping music playing and it drives on forward and pushes the whole thing into the territory of drama that I want to push the whole thing into. Such is the way of the things and so on and … Continue reading

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South Bowenfels

This was taken from a lookout point; one that provided a great vantage point to get long and wide views. There’s a fair bit of cleared land in photo, which is a shame. I feel the same about the residential … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 923: A Drive

It is time to be tired, but it still is time to do other things and so I do not get to rest as of yet. I look at the burn on my fingers and then think about the driving … Continue reading

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Grose Valley

And its surrounds. I feel as though this photo helps to impose a sense of massiveness through distance. I also feel that it carries a sense of quiet and power. Not sure if the photo came through too dark, but … Continue reading

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Old Walls

Walls part of ruins associated with a blast furnace. Now available for public viewing; something of which I have conflicted views on, but ultimately lean toward it being a positive thing as it gives more of a chance to think … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 922: Reset the Timer

So I started writing this thing and midway through I accidentally reset the timer and as you can imagine, I am rather miffed about the whole thing. This is a rather annoying situation. It is not as though what I … Continue reading

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Wind Erosion

This is part of a cave that was eroded by wind, or at least that is what I’ve surmised from what I’ve read. I like how the layers are revealed as you get a sense of different periods of time … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 921: Rather Tired

The sludgy mire of fatigue is a strong one and it is mine to be able to try and escape from, but of course I probably won’t, so therefore there will be no consequence other than the bitter complaining that … Continue reading

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Mount Hay

Another day of being quite tired, so no lengthy rambling today. Here is a somewhat-moody photo of Mount Hay. I find its shape to be quite interesting as it rises up and strikes out quite well, but almost appears as … Continue reading

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