Thursday, February 22, 2007

ALL ABOARD


This is the final shot in my Railroad Museum series. I like all the curves and coppery highlights in this photo. I can't wait to go back and take some more pictures.
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21 comments:

Navin Harish said...

Very nice shot. I think I should go to the rail museaum too when I visit Delhi next time. I lived in Delhi for more than 25 years but never saw it

Ash said...

Loved this series!

Kate said...

I hope that you do go back because these latest photos are special!

Taswir said...

This is a good one, interesting series

Abraham Lincoln said...

Hello,

I wanted to thank you for stopping at my blog. Your visits are appreciated.

I was here yesterday and left a comment about the train. I think I might have mentioned that a steam engine train used to pass my house from the day I was born until I finally moved away. It came by in the morning and went back in the evening. It was aoub 40 feet from our house so that in its passing the house shook and dishes clattered and we could set in the house and smell the coal smoke that drifted in. Those were the days too when the local blacksmith woke me up as regular as an alarm clock with his incessant pounding out horseshoes and fitting them to big farm horses named, Jake, Mary and Lou. It is a pity, in some way, that youngsters today have no knowledge of such things.

Memories Catcher said...

Great details.interesting serie.

Olivier said...

comme ash, j'aime beaucoup cette serie, les photos sont superbes.

like ash, I like much this series, the photographs are superb.

Oya said...

I will find out if there is a railroad museum in Istanbul now. And if there is one I'll let you know...

bluemountainmama said...

will look forward to the photos of your next trip back....these have been a great series!

Laurie said...

One of my favorite subjects. These are so shiny!

Moi said...

i grew up with travelling in trains....Back in India u have no choice, trains are what connect the vast country the best way......i love the way u move slowly towards ur destination with no haste and worries ........this series reminded me of those summer vacations gone by :)thanx for sharing the pics :)

Anna said...

Man, I wish I could still buy a ticket! :) Great pics.

prash said...

I just saw all the rail museum photos ....they are great!

Vintage to Victorian said...

Fantastic.

Thanks for your charming message on my blog!

Piika said...

so great - this is truly an excellent study of surfaces and could be used in drawing classes!

Annie said...

That's another great one. You were inspired by the wonderful images in this museum and did a magnificent job with that inspiration.

Faye Pekas said...

I like the curves and copper look too. Lots of interesting things to look at in this photo.

John Roberts said...

I love museums like this one. Looks like you got some interesting shots! I've been sick for a couple of days and away from the computer, so I'm catching up on my viewing.

Joan González said...

bella mecánica.

salut

joan

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