Misty Train Tracks Posted on November 30, 2011 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Landscape Tagged fog, Gravenhurst, mist, Muskoka, photography, tracks, train 26 Comments A view looking south along the train tracks at First and Phillip Streets in Gravenhurst on a foggy morning. © Sheila Creighton 2011 Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Wow. How mysterious.A ghost may appear.
wooooooooo… could be… 🙂
Love the world “just beyond”…
into the mist… the unknown.
I’m almost expecting Jenny Agutter to emerge from the fog waving a red flag 🙂
anything’s possible in the fog.. 😛
Very cool photo
thanks – lucky to find such a foggy morning scene on my way to work.
I simply love train tracks. Toot toot 🙂
me too – not sure why but it’s there…maybe the history and the romantic notion of train travel.. but for sure the visuals.
Superb shot Sheila, and so my thing! Is that an abandoned track by any chance?
thank you cameravagrant. no, not abandoned although some mornings at 3 am when the train goes through town and lays on the horn like there’s no tomorrow, I wish it was.. ha ha.
A pretty picture which really tweaks the imagination. 🙂
thank you Hallysann – train tracks do have that allure.
thanks aj – a little bit of fog always makes an image look so much better.
Striking shot, Sheila! I’m a huge fan of mist, and you did a great work here. Love it!
thanks sunsetseasoul. mist sure adds to any scene.
Love those lines leading into the mist….it’s beautiful
thanks Alex. trains and tracks hold so much allure for me, so when you throw in some mist… i can’t help myself.
I love misty moments and your composition of the tracks leading into the fog is very nice.
thank you lynn – I know, mist makes every shot look great.
I can hear the rumble of the train in the distance, low and muffled… great shot.
thanks Linda! the fog makes everything look romantic.. ha ha..