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A Sprawl From Afar

A photo of Sydney CBD (as well as some surrounding suburbia) from a distance. I think this photo makes the area look less compressed than usual, which probably is in part due to some suburban structure visible in the shot. … Continue reading

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Into the Fog

Here is a photo of Bennelong Bridge (and some of what lies beyond it) partially obscured by fog. This was taken a few days ago. There was a thick fog in the area I was in and so I took … Continue reading

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Gladesville Bridge in the Afternoon

The same underside as seen in this photo, though at a different angle and time of day. This photo was taken roughly mid-afternoon, though it doesn’t feel as though it was. I think this shot feels a little bleak and … Continue reading

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Differing Sizes

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

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School of Business

This building designed for UTS by Frank Gehry. Parts of it have a sort of “crumpled” look, though it could be seen in other ways. It might be intended to invoke imagery of paper, though I’ve no idea if that … Continue reading

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Old Walls

Walls part of ruins associated with a blast furnace. Now available for public viewing; something of which I have conflicted views on, but ultimately lean toward it being a positive thing as it gives more of a chance to think … Continue reading

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Wind Erosion

This is part of a cave that was eroded by wind, or at least that is what I’ve surmised from what I’ve read. I like how the layers are revealed as you get a sense of different periods of time … Continue reading

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Rhodes in the Afternoon

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.

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Rib Cage

At least, it looks a little like one. This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s “Monochrome Madness” for this week. I suggest checking out Leanne’s photography, as well as checking out what other people submit. A lot of what people are … Continue reading

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Facing Two Directions

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

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