Thursday, December 06, 2007

Train tracks

Another shot of the old railway bridge.
(Please excuse the language - more graffiti)

15 comments:

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

Look behind you!!! :)
(I had to click it to see the graffiti -- nice)

Annie said...

This is a very artful photo, Wendy.

You can join in ABC anytime you want. Seems like you did here today, whether you knew it or not.

Jim said...

I like this bridge from any view, neat shot.

Wanda said...

Another angle from yesterday! You really have some great bridge shots. Like the reflection in the water too.

Moonshadow said...

Wonderful, Wendy! The graffiti made me chuckle. Seems like there should be a ceavate or maybe the graffiti IS the ceavate!?

photowannabe said...

I love this perspective . Great DOF. The greenish reflective river on each side just sets it off perfectly.

david mcmahon said...

Beautiful work Wendy. You've bridged the gap!

'Through-JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes' said...

Hi Wendy,
Wonderfull sight with a great eye for photography, very well done, Its almost as if I am in that train!!

"For the change " I posted today a portrait of IOS my dog, and later on I will continue posting more photographs about Paris. Come and look:)

Have a good day and Thanks for visiting my blog:)

HoodPhotography said...

Great shot, looking foward to the future!

Kate said...

The bridge really is the focal point of this photo. Now i have to go back to read the graffiti.

Web-OJ said...

What a fantastic angle. Looks like you were dangling out of the train to click that!

NorthBayPhoto said...

Fantastic shot.

Mandy said...

I like how you can see at least three more bridges in the distance. Are those pigeons sitting atop the bridge?

Moi said...

i like this perspective the best, Wendy! :)

Hyderabad Daily Photo said...

This is a nice photo. Do you have trains running on two different gauges? We used to have a broad gauge and a meter gauge (one meter between two rails) but now most of it has been converted to broad gauge, which is broader than a meter gauge. I just checked wikipedia and according to it, the broad gauge in Canada, US and India (and some other countries) is the same - 5ft 6 inches between the rails.