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A quiet photo with lighting that feels odd. A bit dry. Rust, signifying age. Tracks leading somewhere and clouds that appear fine close up, but off in the distance, seem to indicate a bit of rain. I hope you enjoy.
Or part of it at the very least. Once more a quiet photo, but this one feels empty. Still. And so on and so forth. This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s “Monochrome Madness” for this week. I suggest checking out … Continue reading
More railway shots of railway tracks as seen in Victoria. Not the most exciting image I’ve taken, but I still find it pleasant enough. Maybe it’s cosy. I do like the sense of distance in this one. This is my … Continue reading
There was another that still had its leaves nearby, but I like how this particular tree feels solitary due to the framing. The immediate area around the tree feels rather dry and almost barren, but it’s there, still covered in … Continue reading
This was taken at Albury station. I tried a few times to get a shot of this particular scene that I thought worked. Can’t quite remember what issues I was encountering, but I think they mostly had to do with … Continue reading
Some of the clouds are a bit blown out I think. Anyway, here’s a photo of what the title describes. This was seen at Albury station; a place I was last passing through at some rather early hour of the … Continue reading
A photo of a space that feels abandoned, and perhaps it is due to it being part of the Lithgow Blast Furnace Ruins site… I think. There is a quietness and perhaps a little bit of sadness in this photo, … Continue reading
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
A photo I took a few weeks ago. To me this feels like a quiet, somewhat-empty part of Sydney CBD and I like that. There’s space and a small openness. I also like how a fair bit of detail is … Continue reading