Originally uploaded in March ’08, this was a capture of the storm that hit SW England that same month.
This was taken from the bridge at Dawlish Railway Station, Devon, England.
Despite the rough weather, the trains continued to run, and this stretch of track is the most expensive to maintain, due to the battering it gets from the sea.
This is a common sight in Dawlish during the winter months, and sometimes during the Summer months also.
This picture was originally tonemapped by Dave Warren and I have revamped it a little bit to give it a slightly different look.
Thanks again to Dave for his help with this.
Thank you for looking.
Hope you like it.
Best Viewed Large.
Pentax 18-55mm lens.