Along The Train Tracks

An Irresistible Subject - Train Tracks

An Irresistible Subject - Train Tracks

These tracks have proven to be a subject I keep coming back to. The geometry, the texture, the power of this iconic American subject is just too good not to capture.

Worcester And Providence Railroad Iowa Coop Car

Worcester And Providence Railroad Iowa Coop Car

These shots were all taken with the Kodak Brownie Holiday Flash. A glass Kodet lens, shutter button, and advance wheel. Proof that it truly is not all about the gear. And, a true challenge to anyone shooting digital, to try to replicate these kinds of looks.

What The......

What The......

I was asking myself this same question, after seeing this Phillips 66 gas station, while climbing over the fence, away from the tracks….

Is There Any End In Sight? Prices Have Already Gone Up 20 Cents/Gallon, In One Week

Is There Any End In Sight? Prices Have Already Gone Up 20 Cents/Gallon, In One Week

Snooze, you lose. Prices have already gone up 20 cents/gallon since this was taken, a little over a week ago. In a few months, this price may look like a bargain. The world shuts down to watch a royal wedding, yet people just accept these prices, and could care less that oil companies are enjoying record profitability. Jumping off the soapbox.

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One thought on “Along The Train Tracks

  1. Trains can go to hell – at least as a photographic subject. Dwayne’s mixed up one of my Kodachrome boxes and gave me someone else’s slides, and all there was were countless photos of trains. In the end, it took about a month to sort out the mix-up.

    Why couldn’t they have been fine art nudes??

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