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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 830: Build a Tower of Sorts

A lot of walking done today so I’m only getting to this in the evening, which is a bit later than I would have liked, but hey, sometimes that is the way that things go. Too late for me to … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 808: Careful Steps

Careful steps needed to be taken in order to ascertain how certain the ascent was, but of course careful steps can still lead to folly. You trey to account for what you can, but of course you cannot account for … Continue reading

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Perspective Shifting Appearance

I took this photo as I liked how Sydney Harbour Bridge appeared to be further past Blues Point Tower than it is, as here it appears as though almost the whole of the bridge sits past the apartment block rather … Continue reading

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Structure Behind Goat Island

Not all of Goat Island, but just enough of it to make it appear as though it’s attached to the area where the buildings behind it are by land. I was stuffing around a bit with processing when I got … Continue reading

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Angles from an Angle

I took a few photos of the transmission tower I recently shared a photo of as I was trying to capture it at specific angles. A lot of the photos didn’t work out the way I wanted, but in processing … Continue reading

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Towering Structure

This is a shot I took a few weeks ago now. Not sure as to why I waited so long to process it, but I did and now here we are. I was trying to frame the transmission tower in … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 64: Tower of Your own Duck

Sometimes you just want to climb and ascend a staircase of the tower of your own duck, and who really can say no to that? Who can stop you from doing so? Certainly not me. So picture this: There is … Continue reading

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Towering Over

In this shot I really like how the clouds work with the sky. Despite the transmission tower’s appearance, there’s something rather pleasing about the sky overall I think. Maybe it’s actually due in part to the transmission tower and the … Continue reading

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Transmission Structure

I took this photo as I wanted to capture the tower’s structure. It’s quite angular, rigid, cold and net-like, I think. There’s a great deal of form and shape in this, though at the same time the shape isn’t variable … Continue reading

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Customs Tower

This is a rather old structure at La Perouse. A quick search has led me to find out that it was used to help tackle smuggling problems. I think I was trying to impose a sense of space when I … Continue reading

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