Ooh, a teaser! I like that. A very nicely composed one too - great lines, nice grit, some rust thrown in for spice. My kind of image. I can't wait to see more!
I liked this when I saw it on your flickr page, too. I can't wait to see this park.
ooh, oooh, we're going somewhere!
Don't all trains lead to Virginia? I wish I could see the rest of that train...but that photo depicts the heaviness of the iron and wood...really strong.
there's fur all over my keyboard! something was going on this morning ;)love this shot, the rust is beautiful
Reminds me of catching the 8:20 Express from White Plains.Joyce
I really like that. Especially the rusty piece on the right.. .kinda makes it more special.
I can hear the screech of the metal.
I'm thinking you don't need a new camera....
Thought I was in the wrong place at first... like what you've done with the place! But did you get the stove to fit is the question.I'm so unaccustomed to seeing train wheels in such good shape! Most of the ones I shoot look like they're rusted in place. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series... sounds intriguing.
Nice clear shot. Says a lot without showing much.
love this. Wondering how it would look in sepia....
Cool wheels.I'm just going to add the link to your photo which I missed doing this am.Too much family!
Yes the link worked.Thank you for helping Margaret.
What an interesting detail. I love shots like this.
Did you mention getting a new camera ? Why ? Your photos like Tina says "simply the best". The camera plays a part but mostly..primarily it is you...Waiting-impatiently for more..please.
nice shot.. love the metal..
You are good!
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