Tag Archives: Australia

Melbourne CBD During Sunset

Here are three photos of Melbourne CBD during sunset. I like how these photos almost show the passage of time, albeit roughly. I also like the variation in colour. It makes the sunset’s light feel as though it’s concentrated only … Continue reading

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Somewhere Along The Hume Highway

I think I stopped at this rest stop rather quickly. I saw it then made the decision to stop here without much time to slow own in a smooth manner. Wasn’t the worst stop I’ve done, but it could’ve been … Continue reading

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Weaving Through Valleys

Just realised that Mount Hay is visible in this photo. Might’ve realised previously, but cannot remember if I did. Anyway. This is another photo of some place in The Blue Mountains that I’ve taken in the last few months. It … Continue reading

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Wind Turbines

I saw these on the drive to Melbourne and thus took the opportunity to take a photo. Bit of a grim-looking photo, but I do like seeing wind turbines. Sure, they don’t match the landscape, but they’re a form of … Continue reading

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A Drying Field

This was taken at one of the rest areas I stopped at whilst driving back to Sydney. This is wide and open, yet not expansive. The power pole somehow feels lonesome and the field feels quiet. It was a cold … Continue reading

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Transmission in the Field

This was taken during the drive from Sydney to Melbourne. I like the contrast between the open field being vegetative, and the power lines and transmission towers being industrial, though considering the field is likely used for pastoral-related processes, it … 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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Valley’s Lone Crown

Here is a photo of Pantoneys Crown as seen in The Capertree Valley, the second-largest canyon in the world, or so I’ve read. When I took this photo I was trying to capture a sense of space and perhaps atmosphere. … Continue reading

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Burned Bare

I can’t confirm this, but I feel as though this bit of vegetation was burned in the recent major bushfires we had that ended early last year. I feel as though they make for a stark contrast here. Behind them … Continue reading

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Fading Afternoon

I feel that with this photo (and perhaps some of the next few) I was in the right place at the right time. I like how the late afternoon light softens the scene and helps to create a muted feel. … Continue reading

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