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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 1040: Feeling the Waves

Feeling the waves wash over them was a pleasant feeling. It was much needed. The day was grey and dull and the light dull and dreary, and it was recommended to not go to the beach, but still, this was … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 1021: A Fine Day

It was a fine day and in that fine day there were plenty of things to do. It stretched out in a lengthy and pleasing manner, much like the hills that lay outward along the road of which the road … Continue reading

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A Gull on Sand

A singular gull of the silver variety walking around on the sand. There’s a few different tracks covering the sand which seems to create a sense of noise, if that makes sense. Makes it seem like the gull is lost … Continue reading

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Gulls on the Beach

So this photo is less about the gulls and more about the scenery, of which has this hard, industrial feel looming in the distance due to said distant area being industrial in nature. Might feel less so if there were … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 1007: Twist and Turn

And so it goes and things twist and turn, and then in revealing all the things that need no revealing a revelation is reached where the consensus might just agree with itself so long as you look at the consensus … Continue reading

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Lighthouse Beach

This is a location that I very much would like to return to sooner rather than later; not so much for swimming, but for exploring, or at least what I’d consider to be exploring. Whilst perhaps a bit bright in … Continue reading

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Dark Point Aboriginal Place

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

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 825: The Beach was Theirs

And so there was the riding of the waves after the running along the sand, which of course came after a walk of considerable length. There was a craving for the ocean water and what it provided and represented, and … Continue reading

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Stabilising Sand

Here’s a shot taken at The Hawks Nest Dunes. This was taken on the same field trip as these three photos. I feel as though this photo has a strong sense of layering due to the sand taking up most … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 746: About a Desert

Crossing expanses upon expanses and following the rolling dunes that change form and reshape themselves in some sort of eternal dance of metamorphosis. Perhaps they are a great amorphous body rather than some giant landscape. Perhaps. Crossing requires time and … Continue reading

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