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Another from the archives, from a day when the weather was not nice, and I was in the mood to take photos. My sons train set that we put around our Christmas tree most years.

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black, black_white, car, dof, engine, macro, perspective, plastic, stack, toy, toy_train, track, tracks, train, train_tracks, white

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  • Kathleen Cameron
    Kathleen Cameronabout 7 years ago

    where did it come from and where is it going!!! They say in dreams, train travel represents destiny… I have many dreams on trains and at train stations – curiously I am quite often missing the train, waiting for one that is late, on a really uncomfortable extremely long ride or don’t get to the station at all – but am desperately distressed by the delays in getting me there… what does it all mean??? <br> <br> I like how there is not ground beneath this train – or is there? ( my 2 year old boy, Arion loves trains, he’s excited looking at this one)!

  • InfinityRain
    InfinityRainabout 7 years ago

    It’s coming from all past adventures, and heading on into new ones. :) I don’t think I’ve ever dreamed of any trains or stations……unless they are supressed and I just can’t recall right now.
    Perhaps yours mean that something in your present life is holding you back from reaching your destiny and you’re forever searching….Maybe you should let it happen on it’s own ;) :) Seriously though I am not sure…I just know that I’ve always been fascinated by dreams and have been able to interpret many in the past…..but surely not all.
    Thank you for your visits Kathleen always a pleasure to see a comment from you and Awwwwww I didn’t know you had a little boy, what an awesome name he has!! I’m grinning from ear to ear, knowing that he likes this one so much :)

  • Kathleen Cameron
    Kathleen Cameronabout 7 years ago

    thank you rain. I hope people like talking to me, not into chatting sites but like this blog type stuff… I kinda know what it means, i just don’t feel like accepting it i guess… thanks for your advice though, lots of living to do… i’m glad you like my boy’s name, they are so important – names… <br> <br> for the record I have an older girl (olivia), a middle boy (as above) and my 11 week old girl Odessa, she a famous redbubble baby here, pregnancy kept me sitting in one spot and redbubble saved my sanity and got me working and going on my path again… <br>

    just out of curiosity, what time and date is it where you are in america, time zones confuse the hell out of this little untravelled travel bug, oh I long to see the world!!! one day, hey maybe that’s where the train in my dream wants to go – OS! Ha ha -

  • InfinityRain
    InfinityRainabout 7 years ago

    Your welcome Kathleen, and yes I do enjoy talking to you very much, you’re a very sweet person and your spirit/personality, is very welcoming. :) I have four, my oldest Corianna is 17, then three boys, 15 Nathaniel, 12 Kristopher and 9 (almost 10) Nickolas :) I sooooo miss the smell of babies!!! and Olivia and Odessa are gorgeous names as well!! I agree names ARE very important.
    Right now it is 8:10 pm here where I am :)
    If you get the chance to travel and you make it to America……you are welcome here anytime…seriously!! :)

  • Kathleen Cameron
    Kathleen Cameronabout 7 years ago

    ohhh, that is sooooo sweet of you Rain. America seems a dirty big place to me… Always was interested in the east coast, you know that witchy historical boston salem stuff… I’m sure there is much beauty left there, I hope I see it, I really do… it’s 10:30 am nxt day, my head flips cause when it’s real time conversation, to me I reckon that means a date day actually goes for more than 24hours, you know what I mean. so if we were telepathic, par example, halloween starts here at midnight but won’t finish til midnight there at the end of the 25th, does that make sense???

  • InfinityRain
    InfinityRainabout 7 years ago

    There is beauty everywhere in the world imho, I’m sorry you think of it as a dirty place :( I hope someday you can see how much beauty there is here.
    The east coast is beautiful as well, and so much history there, We were able to (on vacation once) go on trial for being witches, it was a very interesting thing to do and we learned so much from it.

  • Kitsmumma
    Kitsmummaabout 7 years ago

    Wow! great shot InfinityRain. Love the depth of field and the composition. Definately feels as though it’s coming toward you. Also love the b&w!

  • InfinityRain
    InfinityRainabout 7 years ago

    Thank you so much Kitsmumma, :) I’m so glad you like it and can really feel it :)

  • Kathleen Cameron
    Kathleen Cameronabout 7 years ago

    no no no… not dirty as in grimy… all cities are grimy… no i just meant big, big big… it was a saying my mum used to use a lot… a dirty big this dirty big that, maybe it’s an aust thing???

  • Kathleen Cameron
    Kathleen Cameronabout 7 years ago

    sorry … oops…

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