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Shadow Over Land

This photo was taken during my recent drive from Melbourne to Sydney. I was somewhere near Berremangra when the sun was setting and so I took what I felt was the best opportunity to stop and get photos of the … Continue reading

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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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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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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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Shadows in The Megalong Valley

Here is a photo of part of The Megalong Valley. I think that the clouds look rather massive here. I think that that is in part due to how the valley appears, as well as how open most of the … Continue reading

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South Bowenfels

This was taken from a lookout point; one that provided a great vantage point to get long and wide views. There’s a fair bit of cleared land in photo, which is a shame. I feel the same about the residential … Continue reading

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Killing Joke: In Cythera

This one took a bit longer to write than I thought it would. I wrote a few sentences last night. I then wrote the bulk a few hours ago and finished it off a few minutes ago. I don’t think … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 81: The Bridge in the Desert

It was a warm day, as was the shift from winter to spring to summer would allow at any rate. Technically it just was spring, but I’m referring to the transition of seasons. Soon it would be summer as that … Continue reading

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