The Tracks…

David Williams Photography Tracks

f/5 | 1/125 | iso 100 | Canon 24-105mm f/4L IS USM @ 105mm

 

David Williams Photography

f/5 | 1/160 | iso 100 | Canon 24-105mm f/4L IS USM @ 105mm

“When a train goes through a tunnel and it gets dark, you don’t throw away the ticket and jump off. You sit still and trust the engineer. ”
~ Corrie Ten Boom

These were taken at the same time as my post: “I Hear The train…”. I’ve really become fond of train tracks for some reason, I think perhaps it’s time I head out for a few sessions focusing on them. Could be…interesting! 😀

Hope everyone has had a good week, here’s to a great weekend!

…Enjoy!


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16 thoughts on “The Tracks…

  1. Pingback: The Forgotten Tracks « David Williams Photography

  2. Great Shots. You could tell a train went by because of the the tracks it left. Hey! if you want to get personal about train tracks go to Bow. I worked on the design of the BNSF RR double track extension as part of the passenger service extension to Vancouver, BC. I also did several sections of track between Bellingham and Blaine. You should plan a trip and take photos along the way. There are many very picturesque sections. Its about a 2 hour trip and only cost $23 for adults 11.50 for kids under 16. Sounds like a great Christmas adventure for the family.

  3. That’s a wonderful set – I particularly love the first shot. The perspective is dazzling and the tracks lead the eye beautifully into the image. I look forward to seeing more of your train tracks photos!

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