Hudson Valley Train Ride

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When nature meets man.

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Look at the blurry tree caught in motion with the train. My friend saw this photo and said; “that blurry thing looks like you caught a ghost on camera”. What do you think?

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Peace!

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Peace!

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I call this one passengers. We stopped for a pee break at Yonkers station in N.Y. It’s the last stop before Pennsylvania Station, NY. It was sundown and I remember getting out of the train to stretch my legs. The evening was pregnant with nostalgia. I didn’t want the train ride to end.

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Untouched!

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Untouched!

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This image made me think of luxury; beach house by the water in a secluded part of the country, a yacht, and lazy Sunday afternoons sipping something sweet with a lover on the yacht, or long walks on the pier. Can you see it?

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I little over exposed but that gives this photo a sort of tired look, like that lorry.

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The contrast.

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When I saw this house, I imagined living or working here every day; the sound of the trains and their passengers, traveling to places i might never get to see. It felt nice to be one of those passengers that someone working in that this building might wave at as the train choo-choos by.

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I love the lone sun ray slicing through the photo, and the shimmer of it’s light on the water.

These are the photos I took on my 10-hour train ride along the Hudson Valley from Montréal, Canada to New York City.

7 comments

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    • Akanji · January 20

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