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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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Top of the Cliff

Something about this photo that feels old. Feels quiet, but it also feels old. I think it is due to how much of the cliff side that is visible, along with the soft lighting. It feels like this is something … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 955: The Road Stretched

So the road stretched on into an endless distance, far beyond what was considered reasonable or acceptable and perhaps that was fine. The space on either side of the road was mostly flat and vast, and sometimes appearing to be … 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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Wind Turbines

I saw these on the drive to Melbourne and thus took the opportunity to take a photo. Bit of a grim-looking photo, but I do like seeing wind turbines. Sure, they don’t match the landscape, but they’re a form of … 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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Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays: It’s For You

I think I was looking more at imagery and mood than describing what was going on. Not sure if I did well, but I think that this is one of the better things in this series that I’ve written thus … Continue reading

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Transmission in the Field

This was taken during the drive from Sydney to Melbourne. I like the contrast between the open field being vegetative, and the power lines and transmission towers being industrial, though considering the field is likely used for pastoral-related processes, it … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 121: From Melbourne to Sydney

Seeing as I wrote about the trip from Sydney to Melbourne, I feel it is appropriate to write about the trip from Melbourne to Sydney, though perhaps it is not. Perhaps my time is better spent elsewhere, but I don’t … Continue reading

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