Photography Across Time And Space Posted on October 7, 2020October 5, 2020 by Thomas Slatin Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostMakayla’s Skateboarding Photoshoot Next PostGiraffe Mural 20 thoughts on “Across Time And Space”It’s amazing how these things are formed to be a train. These things stood through time.Loading...ReplyWow, how much time did it take to put this together. It looks like a train, maybe it can be used as a time travel machine.Loading...ReplyYou did great putting this together. It’s really about time and space which invariably is about time of usage.Loading...ReplyThis is a piece of history right here. It is not working now I assume but this paved the way for modern trains. I guess this belongs to a museum and this photo was very nicely done. A long lasting legacy if you ask me.Loading...ReplyThis machine. Is it even real? Looks like something that landed from outer space.Loading...ReplyWow. So amazing! I bet every part of if has their own history to tell.Loading...ReplyThis steam head dates back in the years. They were great engines then.Loading...ReplyThat’s a very unique picture,it looks like a type of scale train.Loading...ReplyWow, the mystic clouds really symbolize time and space. It looks like a magical train adventure going for a wild ride!Loading...ReplyI can’t get over how lovely the clouds look in this shot. A masterpiece by all standards.Loading...ReplyI love the modifications on this train. It looks very artisic.Loading...ReplyIt’s not everyday that we come across something this unique. You did well to capture it on camera.Loading...ReplyThe level of detail in the shot is out of this world! Great camera you got Tom!Loading...ReplyAre those car wheels I see under the train? That’s rather strange but impressive.Loading...ReplyThis belongs in a museum. It is a work of art.Loading...ReplyI like the title. It is very descriptive of the photo.Loading...ReplyThe clouds looks very dark. It could be raining very soon.Loading...ReplyPlease share the secret to these amazing photos. I would like to be a pro like you some day.Loading...ReplyThe only thing lacking is a paint job. That would make the project complete.Loading...ReplyI salute whoever converted this train. It was definitely not an easy task.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.