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Here is a line of cargo carriages. I feel like this is a moodier photo than the individual objects suggest. Still, I like how it turned out. I feel that there’s something satisfying about the image. I hope you enjoy.
Here’s a photo of Rhodes. This is similar to the last photo shared, though perhaps this one is much more dramatic due to the lighting and the colour of the buildings. I hope you enjoy.
This photo was taken from a lookout of which I can’t quite remember the name of. I can confirm it was west of Sydney, however. What I really like about this photo is how there’s a large amount of space … Continue reading
More clouds in the same area as Mount Solitary and on the same day as this photo, but taken from a different location and a little earlier in the morning. I like that some of the rain from the storm … Continue reading
A photo of three cranes that probably are farther away from each other than they appear. I like the cold urban feel of this photo. I also like how the cranes intersect with each other. I think it leads to … Continue reading
Another sunset shot with dramatic clouds cover. I think the space in the photo works well as it helps the colour permeate, but I think the small amount of objects in the photo help to draw attention away from the … Continue reading
I took this photo whilst a storm was rolling in. I don’t have much to say about it other than my liking of the contrast of shades. This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s “Monochrome Madness” for this week. I suggest … Continue reading
I’ve had the good fortune of seeing some strong sunsets over the past few weeks, such as this one. This is the last sunset I photographed this year. It also is the strongest (I think) of the ones I’ve seen … Continue reading
I am not sure as to why this headland is called Dark Point Aboriginal Place. From what little I’ve read, this is a culturally significant location for The Worimi people. I should learn more about the location and, considering I … Continue reading