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Reflections in Motion: Photos From a Train

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Reflections in Motion: Photos From a Train

Some of the best things in life happen accidentally. That was the case when my husband and I took a scenic train trip in a more northerly area of  Ontario.

Take the beautiful beaming sun, the large window of a train and the  constant movement as we roll down the tracks. Mix it with a somewhat limited knowledge of photography and voila…..some strange but interesting shots.

Coupled clouds

From the dining car….

…or a floating restaurant.

Reflecting on a remote little cottage.

Would I like to live here? Uh…yes!

Blurring colors of trees

Eerie silhouettes as the  sun rises

He’s looking forward…..I’m looking back…….reflecting.

Relax as we race

Pondering the landscape

Beauty repeated

Lakes can be mirrors

Rays of replication

Mirrors in the mist

On the outside looking in

Or from the inside looking out?

Or maybe there is no division….maybe we are just part of it all

The journey by train is over as the sun offers us one last moment of introspection.

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3 responses »

  1. Wow, such beautiful photos! I am a WordPress photographer as well, so I love when I see posts like this! Great job, keep it up!

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  2. How lovely photos. I love this kind of experience of taking photos from moving train. It is not as easy as one might think, because landscapes are passing very fast.

    Last winter I made my experience when I returned photographing World’s Biggest Snow Castle in Kemi, Finland.

    Here is mine:

    Snowy winter landscape.

    Have a wonderful day!

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  3. Love the ghost mirror images as well as the expansive waters mirrored to perfection!

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