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A tender retirement

May 17, 2020
A line of steam locomotive tenders parked on a weed covered siding at the Southeastern Railroad Museum here in Duluth, GA
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River Reflections

May 03, 2020
The old Southern Railway bridge is still used by trains and leads from South Carolina (on the far shore) into downtown Augusta, Georgia. Usually the surface of the river...
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Wide World of Railroads

April 18, 2020
The Wide World of Railroads is a series I began in early 2012 where I use a 1 to 3 (1:3) crop-ratio to create "faux"-pano style shots of railroad scenes. This shot of th...
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A morning with the Green Dragon

February 01, 2020
I woke up much earlier than I expected this morning and not being able to get back to sleep, decided to get up and make coffee and have my morning bowl of joy, I mean my...
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Looking for love in all the wrong places

January 27, 2020
He was looking for love in all the WRONG places. This little guy found his ideal mate I guess in the head of my antenna. Unfortunately for him, it was a little stiff....
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