American Writer, Photographer, and Website Designer. Former career Fire and EMS Lieutenant. She/Her/Hers. Lesbian.
Such a beauty this is. I’m not sure which I love more, old trains or “broken” homes. Each has a story to be told for sure.
Oh that’s a difficult one for me to declare my preference.
Norfolk Southern! That’s an abandoned train…what’s the modification of the train, Tom?
Looking forward to the Hogwarts Express! Kidding aside, trains + woods are just about one of my favorite photography subjects. This is a really well executed shot.
This is a desert right? With the withered tree and dryness it should be a dry land. You shot this well as well.
Great one Too, for making us have this. It is a good shot and very clear too.
This is the beauty of nature been displayed here in this picture. I love the direction of focus for this photograph. Thanks for this post Tom, it can be used as desktop wall paper.
Old train it is but still functional. I wonder how it feels to ride an old train.
IT’s amazing the nature in its different moods. I like it green but I also like when it continues with the life cycle and gets dry, and reborns.
Why is it abandoned? This is different from parks that I have seen so far. Perhaps this is just a part of the whole area? If it is then it is a different perspective.
This countryside looks wonderful. So peaceful looking.
You really nailed the angle on this shot. I am in love with it!
The trees don’t look so healthy. They could use a little more rain.
The pond on the foreground reflects so beautifully. This photo is amazing.
This place must have some emotional significance to you. It looks very calm.
The train ride looks enjoyable with the surrounding view of trees and a probably a river.
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