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The same carriages as in this photo, but from a different position. I think this photo feels a little more on the bleak side of things due to how quiet and overcast it appears. I also like the sense of … Continue reading
Another photo of Rhodes. Whilst I like the height differences in general, as well as how they affect the reflection, I really like how the two buildings with cranes around them appear to just dwarf everything, even the other large … Continue reading
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
This is a large chunk of slag I saw in Lithgow. It’s not often I get to see slag, let alone slag of this size and shape. This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s “Monochrome Madness” for this week. I suggest … Continue reading
I like the reflection in this photo as it reminds me of an audio waveform. I also like the detail in what is visible coming through. Especially the boat wrecks. I hope you enjoy.
This is one of the recent photos I took where I was trying to have The Sydney Opera House be decontextualised whilst still appearing recognisably as itself. I think this one has it no longer being recognisably itself. That said, … Continue reading
More of The Sydney Opera House. With this one I think I was trying to capture the shape of these two sails together. Maybe I just liked the difference in perception of angularity. Not sure. This is my submission into Leanne … Continue reading
I like seeing urban scenery at night when there are few, if any people around. There’s a sense of quietness, or stillness that comes forward, I think. A certain solitude that helps provide both feelings of a cold, uncaring landscape, … Continue reading
The one on the left is the same as the one in a photo I shared in 2018. I really like how the monochrome renders these cranes. There’s a certain way that they appear that I’m having trouble describing that … Continue reading