Traveling between National Parks near Moab, Utah, in the desert southwest of the USA, we crossed these railroad tracks. I liked the way the just went off into the solitary distance. (114 views by 4/26/2010)
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Great Capture!!!Please consider putting this into the Which Way – walkways, pathways, stairways, roadways and railways group.Your cohosts,Cee and Chris
Thanks, Cee! I’ve entered this image into your group. Thanks for the heads up!
Your cohosts,Cee and Chris
I was glad to. Thanks for letting me know you were out there.
I thought I recognised the Landscape from the thumbnail. What a way to “see” the Southwest. the lines really give the image a “long journey” feel.Thanks for making me wish to go back the the Southwest.
Thanks, Andrew! Yeah, a friend and I were on our way to one of the Nat’l Parks (tourist spots) and on our way we crossed these tracks. I couldn’t resist taking a photograph. Sometimes some of the best images are on the way to where you’re going.
Hey Andrew, I hadn’t yet looked at your portfolio before my last e-mail. You have some beautiful images, especially your southwest ones! I wish my landscapes were of your caliber. Good work!!
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