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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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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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Chair on the Roadside

This seat was seen whilst driving around The Blue Mountains. When I saw it I felt compelled to take photos. I don’t understand as to why people feel the need to get rid of their furniture in this manner. It’s … Continue reading

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Canna yet to Bloom

Here is a photo of a Canna yet to bloom. There’s something rather plain about it, and yet I can’t help but find myself interested in how it appears. Perhaps its the way the plant almost appears as though it … Continue reading

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Old Pit

I think this is an old pit; not entirely certain. This was seen at the blast furnace ruins I somewhat-recently visited. I like that, whilst some of the remnants remain visible, they’re slowly disappearing. The idea of nature is at … 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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Corvus coronoides

As far as I am away this is an Australian raven. Not entirely certain, but still pretty certain. I took this photo last year and forgot about it which is a shame as I feel that this is a good … Continue reading

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Outer Side of Watsons Bay

It had been a while since I was last in Watsons Bay. Here is a photo showing a small part of the side that faces the ocean. This is a really simple and bright photo, I think. There isn’t much … Continue reading

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Sisters Three

Similar to yesterday’s shared photo, but focusing more closely on The Three Sisters and how they’re partially obscured by clouds. I do like how the clouds affect the image as it makes it feel more vague in a way. It … Continue reading

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