Train Catcher

October 28, 2011 § Leave a comment

…and then life called out to her with arms wide open and she ran to them like a train without brakes. And she was blinded by the trajectory but barreled forward through memories yet to be put to rest, loves that lingered as if still present, and moments yet to be unraveled. And she felt free in this momentary chaos, raw and untouchable. She was moved by anything, anyone that caused her pause. And she would stand still briefly and say “I know you well” with arms wide open and allow them to run to her like a train without brakes.

You can find this photograph and more on my website under Modes of Transportation – Trains


Lost At Sea

April 30, 2011 § 1 Comment

I have a bit of a love affair with boats. Their shapes against a large sea or at a marina in perfect rows. I’ve amassed enough of a collection to create a “Boat” series in my Transportation section.

Here’s a few:

You can find the rest here
in Transportation – Boats

Train Catching

April 2, 2011 § 1 Comment

I took a mini field trip to Sacramento this week to check out the sites and ended up in Old Town Sacramento. Fun little place. I stopped by the California State Railroad Museum to add to my Transportation portfolio. Very cool old trains.

Here’s a sample:

You can find the rest of the train photos here under the Transportation tab in “Trains”.

The Transportation portfolio is now broken down by vehicle type.

Always explore. You never know what you might discover close to home.

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