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Walking around Melbourne, I have continually discovered the profound moments of rest in between the chaotic and stimulating grind of city life. Despite the diverse resting places found around the public area, there is this unconscious unity of vulnerability found within each person's moment in their own dream world. 

Observations of a quiet and melancholic nature of public resting inhibit this deep personal relatability of a mediative and peaceful atmosphere, as the isolation within each image doesn't reject the idea of a world outside the frame. When I'm awake, I am aware of the world existing outside of my Peripherals, however when in this state of rest, the world becomes a quieter reality, and my mind becomes the only sensory experience. 

The capture of this vulnerability therefore exhibits a contextual representation of the mind's own anxieties and personal intrusion of being viewed when they are not experiencing the world through their own conscious eyes 

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