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Train Crossing

Not the same V/Line train as the one in the last photo I shared. I think it’s interesting as to this photo turning out to be somewhat-moody. Might have to do with the light levels. Nothing amazing about this photo. … Continue reading

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V/Line

Behold! The V/Line! I was fortunate enough to be parked near these tracks and leaving the station that’s partially visible after taking some photos of it when this train was approaching. I think I’ve done a decent job of framing … Continue reading

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Passing Through Here

Not a great photo by any means, but I do like how the sky appearing as invisible as it does here almost makes this feel like it’s in its own pocket of isolated space. I also like how only part … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 771: On Water

Do you know how good water is? Water is the best. Well, maybe just one of the best, but it certainly is the best. You can’t convince me otherwise. So the thing with water is that often it appears to … 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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To Kiama

Perhaps this photo is a little darker than I thought it would turn out. Still happy with the result, however. I think there’s a sense of depth in the photo caused mostly by the train’s curvature. I also like the … Continue reading

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Out From Under

A train as seen this morning at Ashfield Station. Whilst I do like the contrast between motion and stillness, I’m more interested in the contrast between light and dark as it makes the train almost feel different to itself despite … Continue reading

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Curvature

Train tracks near Waverton. This is a bit of a duller, more muted photo. Probably means I need to work on my light balance a bit more. I think it helps to get across the idea of it being overcast, … Continue reading

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Leading Through the Mountains

I think I’ve taken this shot before, but from a different angle. I think the shot gives a good view of the tracks and how they kind of feel tangled. I also think that the tracks fit with the autumn-affected … Continue reading

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Beams of Light Glide Over Tracks

And move toward a destination that we may be sure of, but are not necessarily certain. A long exposure of a train as it moves in whichever direction it happens to be heading. I like the segmentation of the light … Continue reading

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