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A rail line along a local golf course in Kinsac, Nova Scotia.
canada, corner, kinsac, nova scotia, rail, railline, track, train
These are some of my best images…. the “art” of my eye. i hope you enjoy them.
truly gorgeous tones and how the tracks lead the eye
Thanks. I have trying to take a decent picture of tracks for years… and this is the first that I am pleased with.
– Charles Plant
Great Work ..!!
Beautiful light and rich b&w tones :) Congrats on your feature :) !http://ih3.redbubble.net/work.5791200.1.flat,55...!
Thanks Michelle. I am very proud of this piece.
Wow … thanks so much for the feature!
Gorgeous shot Charles- congratulations on making Home Page!
Thanks so much!
Lovely stuff – even as an Englander, I find the idea of chugging along remote US / Canadian railways incredibly appealing and romantic. Maybe I have watched Buster Keaton’s ‘Railrodder’ one too many times BUT I’d love a little rail speeder to putt-putt along on through the forest and valleys – it’d be my idea on heaven on Earth [and not so silly either – as there is a proper assoc. that does exactly that in the US / Canada].
Thanks… I love the railroad myself, its unfortunate that it does not have the respect it deserves here in Canada. Most of the rail lines have fallen in disrepair and forgotten.
Brilliant!Congrats on the homepage feature :)
Thank you. My second homepage feature in two weeks. I better go out a buy a lottery ticket today.
Great composition and fog, congrats on the homepage feature!
Thank you very much Joanne.
classic B&w congrats on your hame page feature …I grew up in Amherst and I must admit I don’t think I was ever here …not that I remember anyways …great photo….Steve
Thanks Steve… this is actually Kinsac outside of Halifax near Beaverbank. The track goes alongside a the Lost Creek Golf Course.