Sunday, November 29, 2020

Coming and...


 Sharing today with Mersad's Through My Lens

17 comments:

Luis Serrano said...

Como una aparición ese tren se nos viene encima a toda velocidad. Genial Bill.
Abrazo

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...

Przepiękna atmosfera na tym zdjęciu.

kwarkito said...

It's some kind of contemporary Hopper. A very impressive view, and i like the way you have transformed your image

Andy said...

Coming and... coming. How long did it take for this one to pass?

rupam sarma said...

Amazing

Lasse said...

Great composition, and I guess it was a long train coming :)

Granny Annie said...

Our town is divided by the train track. We have two volunteer fire departments. One of each side of the track. Often I have waited for a train that long or longer. Sometimes it will stop for 20 to 30 minutes and block all the entrances to cross town. Amazing photo Bill.

joaquín said...

Extraordinario encuadre

Elephant's Child said...

New blogger often hides your posts from me for a while.
I was thrilled to come across this dramatic beauty early this morning.

Rose said...

Wonderful image!

Antonio Rodriguez said...

Parece dispuesto a arrollar todo lo que se le ponga por delante. Una fotografía de una gran fuerza.
Un abrazo y cuidate

Taken For Granted said...

With that BNSF unit train photo I can almost hear its horn.

Margaret D said...

Love that, love the angle of the train. Well done.

Pierre Carrive said...

Très beau. Et le train deviendra papillon...

Anne Le Maître said...

Like a strange bug with big eyes...

Marco Luijken said...

Hello Bill,
What a great picture. So amazing to see this cargo train in this wonderful area. I like it so much.

Greetings, Marco

fredamans said...

This shot is incredible. It makes me think of my grandfather who loved trains more than anyone I ever knew. Thank you for the memory.