Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Wordless Wednesday - Stone and Shadows Beneath the Track

20 comments:

NoorIntan said...

I rarely notice shadows when observing my surroundings! Great shot!

Thanks for visiting my blog earlier, and happy WW :)

tundratantrum said...

This reminds me of old train tressles back in New England were I grew up. Thanks for stopping by. Happy WW.

maiylah said...

love the shadows on this shot! wonderful find! :)

mharia said...

interesting details that you caught! :)
happy WW!

Joyce said...

Hi, Carletta,
You look way too young to be retired, but it sounds like you are planning on continuing to grow and be busy!

Thank you for stopping by my Wordless Wednesday. :)

George Townboy said...

I love this photo! Reminds me of me - old and beat up, but still strong enough to hold up a train! LOL

Pamela said...

I'm trying to be more aware of shadows, too.

This is an interesting contrast.

D. Renee Bagby said...

Looks like a good place to go and think... until the train goes overhead.

happy WW!

Jenileigh said...

Neat! Happy WW!

Peter Lyle said...

nice! i want to see this someday. Happy WW! c",)

Old Wom Tigley said...

Good morning from Rainy England Carletta.
I like how the iron as stained the stonework over the years. Each one of them blocks must be very heavy.. lifted in place by block and tackle many years ago. The stones are testiment to the skill of the local stone masons.

I had to laugh this morning when I read your comment telling me about this stone work and how you thought about me.. I felt like Medusa.. ha!
Have a great day, I'll catch up again later.
Tom

fishing guy said...

Carletta: They brings back a lot of memories of train trestles back in PA. I had one place I fished that I had to cross one to get to the fishing hole. Great photo.

Rue said...

Thank you Carletta ;)

I love coming here because I know that I will always see something interesting. You have such a wonderful way with the camera. Beautiful shot!

Hugs,
Rue :)

Jenny 865-53oh9 said...

Great details on this shot! Actually reminds me of Oklahoma.

Mandy said...

Thanks for stopping by our blog. I am a teacher, too! Your photos are beautiful. I look forward to seeing more!

Raven said...

Nice photograph... I actually enjoyed scrolling down the whole page and enjoying all your beautiful photos.

1 Picture a Day said...

Nice photo! Thanks for stopping by my blog today! I love it that your blog has music playing when you open it. How do you do that?

gmj said...

I can hear the whistle blowing.....
it's comin' round the bend....
Such memories.

Scribbit said...

What is it about trains? Even the tracks are romantic.

JunieRose2005 said...

Hi ,

Saw you at B13's place and thought I'd pay a visit.

Lot's of interesting photos here. I'm glad I came.

Junie