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These 'chest tombs' seem to fairly prevalent in some local churchyards, Steve. I didn't look to see who was buried here, but I guess it may be a family. Thank you for your big 'like'. ;-)

Cheers, Amelia

Thank you, Christian. I am delighted that it pleases you. We climbed to the top of this waterfall later in the day.

Amitiés, Amelia

Thank you for your kind comment Christos Theodorou.

Best greetings from Istanbul. GGR

Atractiva imagen...

Thank you dear Petar.

I'm pleased that you like the simple Picture

Best greetings GGR

Hi Ioannis Ouzounidis, thanks for the great entry, the ℒike & ℱav.

Regards, Reiner

Beautiful waterfal, very nice photo! LIKE!

Greetings, Ildikó

Thank you very much Rostamdalila.

Greetings and best wishes Rainer

Hi Rue,

I am so pleased that you have found this, and enjoyed it so much. The explanation is quite simple, and no the photo was not staged, it was a normal evening stopping train.. The clues are all in the picture, and remembering that the side of the train looks pretty much the same anywhere, think of the light reflected from the side (especially the front 10 metres or so) while the shutter is open.... We get a light gradient from max at the point where the shutter opens, to zero at the point where it closes! Simple, and no photoshop!

Best Wishes Peter


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