As too many people have informed me, I haven’t posted on this site for quite a while. Suffice it to say, things have been quite busy. Earlier this month I presented at the Center for Railroad Photography and Art’s Conversations 2016 conference, and picked up a few new blog followers. To the new folks, welcome. To everyone that has stuck with me along the way, my thanks!
Today’s post consists of a collection of photos, presented with little commentary. All of the photos I captured when on a week long trip to southern California earlier this year. If you follow the site on Facebook, my account on RailPictures, or were at the Conversations conference some of these photos may look familiar. The general running theme for the collection is Flight & Light, as many of the photos were either captured by drone, or at sunset. Throughout it all I was entranced by the landscapes, the endless waves along the beach, and the clouds that occasionally caused havoc but at the same time created diverse opportunities for intriguing photos.
Very nice. The Anaheim station is on my list of things to see when I’m in California next time.
Beautiful photos from a beautiful part of the country.
Fantastic photos Emily, I wished I had done as well on my visit to CA.
You’ve captured some spectacular views! California is beautiful, and your photos have brought out
the best. I can almost hear the trains going down the tracks!
Wow great stuff. A very informative blog and the Radioactive Railroad piece is incredibly interesting.
I follow the railroad on the Northern reaches of New York on the Delaware & Hudson North End and have been doing it for a year and a half via a Facebook page. I just started my own Blog itself with its own separate presence on the web as Champlain Valley Rail Snapshots.
Thank you for the inspiration to jump into a different medium.
Some extraordinary photos there!