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Mass of Vegetation

This was taken whilst in The Blue Mountains a few months ago. Bit of a contrast in this one, I think. A lot of detail against very little. Feels chaotic. This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s “Monochrome Madness” for this … Continue reading

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Tree Among Tracks

There was another that still had its leaves nearby, but I like how this particular tree feels solitary due to the framing. The immediate area around the tree feels rather dry and almost barren, but it’s there, still covered in … Continue reading

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On the Valley’s Top

With this photo… I’m not sure as to what I was going for. I think I mostly was just trying to capture this particular bit of land and how striking I felt it appeared. I think there’s something dry about … Continue reading

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Dry Bradfield Park

A shot taken from The Sydney Harbour Bridge of Bradfield Park in Milsons Point. I took this photo as the dryness of the park appealed to me in some manner. There’s still some green in the trees, but the grass … Continue reading

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Under Smoke’s Light

This was taken a few weeks ago whilst heading home from work. I feel as though the bushfire smoke in the area led to an eerie, dry-feeling photo. A lot of that has to do with how the smoke was … Continue reading

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Cleared Hills

A fairly wide and open expanse. I like the layering and the strong sense of distance. I also like how this feels very quiet. It almost seems as though the area is abandoned. At the time of this photo, it … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 519: Tedium Setting in

A lot of walking and very little else. Too much land to cross and not enough land to see. Endless swathes of nothingness, and yet it all seemed to be so full and crowded at the same time. Concrete rose … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 28: Suburban Days 3

And out through the entrance he exited and into the sun, the dry heat and the burning concrete. From outside the cool sarcophagus of a shopping centre he exited and into the world. The journey home would be tough. His … Continue reading

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Dry and Wilted Plant

I know not what plant this is. I do know that it is dry and wilted. I took this whilst traipsing through Sydney Park a number of weeks ago. We’ve entered what feels like a dry season and there’s a … Continue reading

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Dry Uloola Falls

The recent bushwalk took my friend and I past Uloola Falls. As I’m now using a full frame and my skills may have improved, I wanted to head down and get a long exposure of the falls to see how … Continue reading

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