Category Archives: Photography

One Track for the Platform

A photo of a space that feels abandoned, and perhaps it is due to it being part of the Lithgow Blast Furnace Ruins site… I think. There is a quietness and perhaps a little bit of sadness in this photo, … Continue reading

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Against Fog

A rather minimal photo, this one. I like bare branches and I like how they can add a certain kind of feeling to an image if used properly. I don’t think I did so here, but I still like the … Continue reading

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Cliff in Fog

Another long day. This was taken last week. More working with fog to create “bleak” and “moody” imagery. A bit of space on this one which I think helps to draw attention to the geological structure a bit more. I … Continue reading

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Standing on a Warning

I was hoping to have some writing done today but the day has been rather busy, so \ here is a photo of a silver gull atop a warning sign. I can’t quite remember as to what it was that … Continue reading

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No Fishing at any Time

I really like the space in this photo. It feels endless, which I guess that, depending on your point of view, it is. I also like how it kind of makes the image feel minimal and “bleak”. Part of the … Continue reading

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A Sprawl From Afar

A photo of Sydney CBD (as well as some surrounding suburbia) from a distance. I think this photo makes the area look less compressed than usual, which probably is in part due to some suburban structure visible in the shot. … Continue reading

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Canna yet to Bloom

Here is a photo of a Canna yet to bloom. There’s something rather plain about it, and yet I can’t help but find myself interested in how it appears. Perhaps its the way the plant almost appears as though it … Continue reading

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Into the Fog

Here is a photo of Bennelong Bridge (and some of what lies beyond it) partially obscured by fog. This was taken a few days ago. There was a thick fog in the area I was in and so I took … Continue reading

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Overhead Wire on the Hill

There’s a bit of colour in this photo, yet I think it feels a bit bleak and stark. There’s something ominous about it too, though that might have to do with how overcast it is, as those clouds are the … Continue reading

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Old Pit

I think this is an old pit; not entirely certain. This was seen at the blast furnace ruins I somewhat-recently visited. I like that, whilst some of the remnants remain visible, they’re slowly disappearing. The idea of nature is at … Continue reading

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