Saturday, December 17, 2011

Not Scavenger Hunt Sunday

I just didn't feel the categories for the normal Scavenger Hunt Sunday this week. So I decided to post five random photos that I've taken within the last couple of weeks. I hope you enjoy!

As you all know, I LOVE trains.


I woke up to this on Saturday. It's beautiful!


This is one of my favorite places here. I took this from a platform that has an old-fashioned water pump.


This was actually taken about a month ago. The ducks have all flown south now and we don't see many birds now.


And this is the hand pump on the platform. Pretty cool, huh?


There is no Scavenger Hunt next Sunday as it is Christmas. Have a great one!

5 comments:

  1. Those are some great pictures. I love trains as well since Daddy worked for the C & O railroad. My favorite of these pics is the snow. There is not beauty like the pristine whiteness of a new snow. Have a great day and a Merry Christmas.

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  2. Love your photos, I really know nothing about trains, just that I sometimes get on one to go to London. Plus my partner sat on one for 4 hours last week because someone had thrown themselves off a bridge in front of the train. It was very traumatic and sad.

    So you have snow now! Ours has all gone, but it sure is cold here in the UK.

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  3. I miss snow! (shhh don't tell Mike I said that or he'll move me back to NW Arkansas)


    I love the old barn/hose in the snow. That is such a gorgeous picture. So peaceful.

    The longer I live in this house the more I like trains. I love hearing the roar of one as it goes by.

    Have a great Sunday!

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  4. I love your photos. And no, I'm not sucking up. I have no need to.

    And yikes Joey, someone jumped off the bridge. sad, sad, sad.

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  5. Dazee, yeah, tragic, of course they wouldn't say exactly what happened incase the people on the train panic and cause another accident. My partner actually heard the thud as the person hit the train. Very very sad. :(

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