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Evening Commute

This was taken whilst heading into the city on the same night I saw the fire juggler. It had been a long time since I had seen a part of a train this empty. There’s not much to say about … Continue reading

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Two Trains Wait

The cleverest, most bestest title I’ve ever pulled out of my brain. This is very clearly a rare sighting. Not one, but two trains at a platform. Both are yet to depart. Amaaaaazing. I like this photo, but I can’t … Continue reading

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Cargo Beam

A short long exposure of a cargo train as it passes through Campsie Station. I had to darken the photo a bit more than I would normally so as to bring out the parts of this photo without everything being … Continue reading

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Traveling Over the Spheroid

A couple of weeks ago I walked home from farther away than usual. Part of the reason was that I wanted to get a shot of a train crossing this bridge. I wasn’t expecting the production of the shape from … Continue reading

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Another Rant About Train Etiquette

Trains: They’re a thing. I think that it’s safe to say that in this stage of my life, I’ve been on the train far more times than I can bother to try and count. Trains are a great form of … Continue reading

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Train Doors in Motion

I can’t remember if these were opening or closing. I suspect that these doors were opening, based on where the light falls. There’s not much to say about this photo. I like trains. I think that (to an extent) they’re … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 488: A Train Goes by

The low rumbling of a train goes by. It is not so loud that it overtakes everything, but it is loud enough to be present; to be there, in presence, making itself known and reminding us of its existence as … Continue reading

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