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Envy: Zero

This was written over one listen but there were quite a few restarts early on. I was struggling to get the first few seconds down and that probably would’ve been easier to do had I listened to the song a … Continue reading

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King Crimson: The Power to Believe, Pt. 2

I feel like I was thinking about the song too much and trying to make sense of it even though it makes sense. That said, I do like how some of this turned out. King Crimson’s “The Power to Believe, … Continue reading

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The Oscillation: Visitation (Exit)

One listen for this one. I started off trying to work with imagery more than anything, but I think I was trying to use imagery to describe how the song progressed. I think some of that came forward, but not … Continue reading

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The God Machine: The Hunter

Another one that was one listen. This one was quite difficult. I tried writing it earlier today but had a lot of trouble getting started and so I stopped (though the stopping was also due to needing to head out). … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 819: Firmly Derail

Sweating like someone who is sweating as it is rather hot and I sit here, sweating, trying to muster the words so I can pout something together, but it has gotten late into the evening and I am also getting … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 580: Starts With a Crash

It all starts with a crash and then we need to avoid an entire systematic collapse, somehow. Like the waves licking at the shore, the electronics lick away at the fabric of society, but then we all go into a … Continue reading

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Ferry Wake

Here we have a photo of the wake of a ferry. I like the way the (mostly) undisturbed water disappears between the wake, and I also like how the wake seems to be crashing over itself. I think that it … Continue reading

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Purple Waves

The last excursion for this semester involved examining purple waves and their effects on inter-tidal zones and beach profiles. The harmless dye was used to show how a rip current was flowing. It, like the forms of the waves, was … Continue reading

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Breaking Over Rocks

Once more I was in the Royal National Park before the end of the university holidays. I went bush walking with Si for the first time. We went from Bundeena to Loftus. Here’s a shot that I took. I like … Continue reading

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Crashing Wave

“It’s Not This Time of Year Without…” waves. Lots of waves. Well, to be fair, it’s not any time of year without waves, but as they are usually synonymous with late spring and summer, it’s probably appropriate to use these … Continue reading

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