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Morning. It is morning and there currently is a reprieve in the amount of rainfall that we are currently receiving. How joyous and all that other stuff. It’s nice. It’s nice to have a break from things on the odd … Continue reading
Here’s a photo of the plateau I walked across on both of my attempts to get to the top of Mount Dingo. I like that, without revealing everything, there’s a sense of the size of the plateau. It feels quite … Continue reading
Afternoon and the heat dissipated as there was some rain and now that has dissipated and all that is left is a lingering memory of something that passed by almost as briefly as it started, soon to be forgotten once … 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
Alright, here we go. There is little time and I’m racing once more. Perhaps I can weave a narrative into this bit of writing that will allow for one or more goals to be achieved and with no one but … Continue reading
There’s something about seeing the intensity of a storm quickly swallow the sky before its clouds unleash upon the ground and its features that I find appealing. I hope you enjoy.
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
Taken shortly before a storm hit. It wasn’t the heaviest of rainfalls, but it certainly was satisfying. I like the layering of the clouds here as there’s something rather menacing about how they appear. There’s also something quite beautiful about … Continue reading
Pardon the angle. The camera was flat on the horizontal plane, but due to how I had to position it, it makes the photo look like it is not flat on said plane, which it isn’t, but the lightning is, … Continue reading