I'm currently writing my blog from my cottage in the Drakensberg, Champagne Valley, Kwa-Zulu Natal; South Africa
Nice shot Jo.Regards.
I like the composition of this, with the tracks and the lines leading to the horizon. Beautiful sky!
Hi Regina;) thanks for your kind comment.Thanks Janie;) While I was on the tracks taking the photo, my husband cautioned me about trains which might come. I almost pooh-poohed him. A minute later I clambered down the bank and next minute a train came screaming by! Phew!
Lovely picture even if it was a bit dangerous.
I was just going to say be careful taking those shots. It is very good though.
Beautiful composition!! I'm glad your husband was with you! Here in Niger, we don't have a single railway to my knowledge so donkey carts will have to do the job!
Let's see, if I follow these tracks and phone/electric lines, I'll fall off. :D Good shot.
Very nice perspective Jo.
This is a great shot of parallel perspective...I love these lines rushing to the horizon...very nice sky too...
Great picture. Sorry I have fallen behind with my comments.Sunny :)
A picture with a lot of depth in it, very nice composition!
Thanks Kerry;) glad to meet you.Hi diane; it's called living on the edge LOL! Thanks for your commentThanks Esther, you're right, I never saw railway lines in West Africa either! Good to see you again!Hi Sunny;) I always love hearing from you. I've been "away" from my computer so not commenting too often either.Hi Gaelyn; thanks for popping inHi Lyn;) good to meet you! Hello Carol;) yes, I agree: I loved the way lines ran ahead to the horizonThanks Dirk: that comment from you is a great compliment.
Great image. The trains track and the sky make a wonderful photo!
Thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave a comment. I appreciate your feedback. Jo