Friday, 24 July 2015
The long distance train in Te Maunga, Tauranga
When I'm at work there's a train that rattles past 2-3 times a day, at night when I'm walking out to my car around 5.30pm it goes past again and last night I managed to catch it - this one was loaded with many wooden logs. Since it's winter here we've been getting cold cold nights and sunny days - this shot I caught a sunbeam directly in my camera lens.
This one is when it had gone past, the track goes for quite a long distance through the countryside via several towns and includes the bridge in Tauranga city itself near The Strand.
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Hello, pretty capture of the sunlight. Have a happy weekend!
Nice shots. I hope the train doesn't create much noise in the surrounding housese.
i like the first one very much :-)
The sunburst looks really cool. Nice shot.
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