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In Slag’s Cradle

A photo of part of a building related to a blast furnace framed by the same bit of slag as seen in this photo. When I took this photo I was trying to see how using the slag as framing … Continue reading

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Sitting at the End

I took this photo whilst walking around Blackwattle Bay. I like the implied mystery of a person sitting there, facing the wall. I also like how the frame helps to draw focus toward the person. Shadows work in an interesting … Continue reading

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Angles from an Angle

I took a few photos of the transmission tower I recently shared a photo of as I was trying to capture it at specific angles. A lot of the photos didn’t work out the way I wanted, but in processing … Continue reading

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Towering Structure

This is a shot I took a few weeks ago now. Not sure as to why I waited so long to process it, but I did and now here we are. I was trying to frame the transmission tower in … Continue reading

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Rusted Frame

During my recent walk through Balls Head Reserve I planned on taking my friend from there to Milsons Point via the coastline. Unfortunately the path is now blocked off around Sawmiller’s Reserve (though I might be remembering the pathway incorrectly) … Continue reading

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Overheads

Just a photo that I feel mostly focuses on some of the overhead stuff along a railway. Only just now noticed a transmission tower and a bird in the shot. Anyway, I like how there’s a lot of rigid-looking lines … Continue reading

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Frame’s gaps

I’m not quite sure what I was aiming for when I took this photo, other than capturing the bridge’s structure at a specific angle. I think I did a good job of showing space. The bridge is not the widest … Continue reading

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Framing a Frame

Specifically of a bridge that I cycled across last week. The light rail runs across this bridge and Parramatta Road passes underneath. I like how it seems that, other than some of it visible in its curving over, the frame … Continue reading

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Shopping

Here’s a photo of a shopping trolley sitting in Cooks River. This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s “Monochrome Madness” for this week. I suggest checking out Leanne’s photography, as well as checking out what other people submit. A lot of … Continue reading

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Towering Over

In this shot I really like how the clouds work with the sky. Despite the transmission tower’s appearance, there’s something rather pleasing about the sky overall I think. Maybe it’s actually due in part to the transmission tower and the … Continue reading

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