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More clouds in the same area as Mount Solitary and on the same day as this photo, but taken from a different location and a little earlier in the morning. I like that some of the rain from the storm … Continue reading
A few days ago I drove out to Lithgow. There were a few stops along the way; one of which included a lookout facing Mount Solitary. This is the second time I’ve shared a photo of Mount Solitary with clouds … Continue reading
Another sunset at Smiths Lake. This one is a bit less dramatic than ones I’ve shared of this part of Smiths Lake. It also feels like a quiet part of the sunset. Sort of peaceful and calm. I hope you … Continue reading
A view I saw and subsequently took a photo of whilst walking from Cowan to Brooklyn. This feels both like an open and closed scene. Open due to the amount of space in the shot and closed due to the … Continue reading
Might be wrong, but the information I’ve gathered indicates that the three main plants here are Avicennia marina (grey mangrove) plants. These are visible in the previous photo I shared, but I took a few shots focusing on them initially … Continue reading
The reflection at this particular point of the walk I did last week was quite clear. As such, I really like how the reflection appears in this image. There’s a fair bit of detail coming through. Not so much that … Continue reading
After a day spent walking in heavy boots and pants when it was neither wet enough nor cold enough to warrant either, I’d like to believe that I am justified in claiming the throne of fatigue at this current moment. … Continue reading
Another photo of Uloola Falls (here are the previous ones I’ve shared). I think this one has the benefit of “experience” behind it in that I feel it feels less flat than the other long exposure Uloola Falls shot I … Continue reading
A waterfall I’ve shot a couple of times before. This one has a nice variation in lighting, I think. I also think that it’s nice how the waterfall almost looks still. I hope you enjoy.