She had found a spot for her photo shoot: The CPR Trestle Bridge, of Parry Sound, built in 1907, is 1695 feet long and 105 feet high. However when she heard the rumblings of a train in the distance, her plans changed and she clamoured up on top the hood of her car, leaving her tripod in the grass, readjusting the camera lens upward. Was she going to be ready for an action shot?
The freight cars barreled by, with a Georgian Bay backdrop?
So as a quiet sunrise gives birth to a noisy southbound train, the golden light of sunset’s last rays illuminate Ogallo’s oil painting & Ballus’s charcoal on matt, in my livingroom.
Summer Solstice celebrated by many cultures is most notably evident at Salisbury’s Stonehenge.
On this day, the North Pole tilts more towards the sun than on any other day of the year.