Phantom tracks

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Comments (9)

Nick Weall on March 7, 2010

The shadow of a railway ~ brilliant

William Stephens on March 7, 2010

I thought that the bridge at the end finished it off nicely - trouble is, if the train made it under the bridge it would shoot straight off Dunwich cliffs.

Nick Weall on March 7, 2010

No wonder it is a ghost line

Đani Vuković on March 8, 2010

I see, that you love to play with shadows. Excellent shot. Greetings.

William Stephens on March 8, 2010

Hi lignjar - you are ight I love shadows and the patterns that they make. Fences are good for this. Here is another example that i like. Cheers William

Herb Riddle on May 16, 2010

Very delicate use of HDR brings out the most of this wonderful scene. Love the shadow lines here. Another 'Gud-Un'. Cheers, Herb

William Stephens on May 18, 2010

Herb coincidence of time of day and inclination of the sun - but I was glad to spot the potential for a fun shot! W

Steven Stoddart on June 22, 2011

Greetings William - This is an excellent shot of a path I know well.. This spot even featured in a short film way back in the 70's - A ghost story, no less, by MR James.

This whole coastline is worthy of a visit and seeing this propmpts me to go again... although I have heard it is no longer open to the public...

Cheers

Steve

William Stephens on June 30, 2011

Hi Steve, this should still be open to the public as it is a public right of way. What a coincidence for me to caption this photo when it is already the scene of a ghostly film! Cheers, William

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on March 7, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by William Stephens
    • Camera: NIKON D700
    • Taken on 2010/03/07 11:19:06
    • Focal Length: 14.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/11.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO800

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