It's minutes after sunrise, the fog is about to dissapear from the moment sun rays are falling into the valley. Not a lot of time to capture a train and well, you can hardly call it that way. But ... (more)
Nightshift. After manoeuvres in Antwerp-Angola, one final check had to be done before the train could leave the yard. And don't tell me how this man could see it, but one container car was ... (more)
One last chat before going into the night with engine ST43-295 at Wegliniec Depot, near the Polish-German border.
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My first step into the coalfields of Wyoming...
Local heading towards Wishram in an impressive landscape.
Rowland lake, BNSF, Mount Hood...Only some sunrays would probably make it better.
Waiting for the northbound...
Local passengertrain from Koblenz to Wiesbaden on the "Right Rhine Line".
This was actually a panic shot, we saw the train coming when we drove over the bridge. Turned out to be a wellknown photospot.
Somewhere between Flagstaff and Winona, where bullet-riddled refrigerators are a common sight in nature (luckily not visible in the picture).
A prescribed burn got a little out of control during our trip through Williams, AZ (the so called 'Twin Fires'). Quite a lot of smoke was coming our way. Train traffic continued of course.
After a long annoying ride with a Nissan Altima Hybrid through the National Kaibab forest, not really knowing what to expect, we came across this wonderful viewpoint.
Crisis in Europe...