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Walking across the bridge for an evening visit to Ukimido temple, Lake Biwa, Katata, Japan (see prior Flickr post of Ukimido temple). Medium format film scan.
A light layer of fog gave a nice silhouette to the railroad crossing as the early morning sun greeted the day.
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This long exposure was taken looking down over the edge of a overbridge at a rail road crossing. The train was a coal train heading from Huntly town to the nearby coal mines - collecting coal for the Glenbrook Steel Mill near Auckland.
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From the album 'The Crossing', Big Country - "Chance"
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"I don't know what any individual should do about crossing her own borders. I only know that I live a happier, more adventurous life, by crossing borders."
Quote - Sherman Alexie
"You can't cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water."
Quote - Rabindranath Tagore
"I love playing with the conventions of fantasy, and breaking rules, and crossing lines."
Quote - Lev Grossman
Olympus mju 9010 - f/3.5 - 1/1000sec - 7mm - ISO 80
- The Great Crossing
- La Gran Travesía
- La Grande Traversée
- Die große Überfahrt
- De grote oversteek
… the DLR crossing from Canary Wharf to Heron Quay stations.
“It always takes the truth a little bit longer to cross the finish line.”
A fishing boat crossing the mouth of the Damietta Nile branch from the Mediterranean Sea.
'The Lune Rivers Trust Special' charter from Carnforth to Chester and return on the 1st October 2016 was hauled by Stanier Jubilee no. 45690 'Leander' and is seen here crossing the Calder at Whalley on the outward journey.
Another foggy morning, I walked to the river to do some photography. I didn't realize until I got home that I had captured a deer perfectly centered crossing the water, something I've not seen before.
On the Car Ferry crossing over over Lake WIndermere
Brown Hare crossing across the scrape at Frampton Marsh.
Tavira. Panorâmica obtida a partir da ponte romana sobre a ribeira de Séqua / rio Gilão.
Looking down from 52nd floor of Tokyo Tower i saw many pedestrian crossings...i like the pedestrian friendly roads in Tokyo
Macro Mondays - PPEP
Helios 44M f/11 with macro extension tubes
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Gloomy weather in Melbourne today. Spring arrived but has gone missing again.
The tram crossing lights across Goodwood Road seen in the evening light beyond some safety mesh on the footpath.
This is somewhere between Gillette and Rawlins Wyoming, windy as I traversed from I-90 to I-80, I believe this was south of Casper on WY 220. I've never driven this route before, so a bit of a new adventure that I'll avoid in winter. The load I was hauling was pretty heavy, GVW (gross vehicle weight) just under 80, 000 lbs so the wind wasn't too much of a problem. The strange thing is the disorientating effect the snow had as it moved across the road, it visually felt like I wasn't moving, an optical illusion, I had to look into the distance to avoid the uncomfortable feeling it created. I've run across this at night and it's even worse.
This site was once a bustling international border crossing between the US/Minnesota and Canada. It was also the northern terminus of U.S. Highway 61. The crossing and the highway were both moved in 1963, closer to Lake Superior and Grand Portage. The distant road you see is on the Canadian side.
This abandoned site might seem like a good place to party or do things that might be a little questionable, but watch out - the trees here have eyes and ears. If you look around carefully, you can see that you're being monitored by cameras and who knows what else.
If you'd like more information about this highway buff's gem, check out the following web page: Old Border Road (Old Hwy 61).