Author Archives: Stupidity Hole

About Stupidity Hole

I'm some guy that does stuff. Hoping to one day fill the internet with enough insane ramblings to impress a cannibal rat ship. I do more than I probably should. I have a page called MS Paint Masterpieces that you may be interested in checking out. I also co-run Culture Eater, an online zine for covering the arts among other things. We're on Patreon!

Salt Outline

I’m fairly certain that this has to do with patches of water evaporating around the algae and salt getting concentrated as the water evaporates. Not completely certain, but fairly. I think the combination of the salt and algae makes for … Continue reading

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A Small Large Scene

Another photo where I was trying to capture this bit of rock at a particular angle and I almost got there. Still, I like the result. This almost looks like a large rock surrounded by relatively small organisms. It could … Continue reading

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Two Slopes

Technically there are more, but the focus is on two here and it’s due to how they draw the eye to the far distance. Just an easy photo. Nothing too special; it’s some Australian landscape that has been developed. I … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 1188: More Rambling on Photography

What time is it? It’s time to write. Sometimes I wonder if perhaps I overextend my reach, but this is in reference to my work as a photographer, but then again perhaps that is a silly thing to wonder as … Continue reading

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Corner of a Decaying Structure

Well, a bit more than a corner, but anyway. Sometimes structures are better left to fall apart, so long as it’s safe for the environment, of course. Maybe this one will be restored; maybe it won’t, but regardless it continues … Continue reading

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A Clearing by the Sea

The first time I saw this field it caught me by surprise. I think it was mostly due to not expecting see a space this cleared along where I was walking. It doesn’t come through as well with the lens … Continue reading

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The Monsoon Bassoon: In the Iceman’s Back Garden

This was one listen, though there was a slight pause due to stuff, but… eh. There’s a lot to get from The Monsoon Basson’s music and I find myself struggling to keep up. I find that their music is stuff … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 1187: A Relief

So I decided to bow out of NaNoWriMo this year and, let me tell you, the sense of relief is immense, though not overwhelming. Going in this year was a bad idea and sometimes you’ve got to realise those things … Continue reading

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Under Layers

Here’s another photo of The Wind Eroded Cave. I was there recently as I wanted to visit it again and take a few more photos. I like this one as you get a bit of an idea of the stratification. … Continue reading

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Ibes on a Street Light

Similar to this photo, and yet different, on account of the birds and the street light being different. At what are they staring? I think it may have been me, but that accounts for one. The other looks like it’s … Continue reading

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