Seen from a sleeper train during my travels in Romania, very early one May morning. A solitary soul at a lonely railway siding:

Dawn light at a lonely siding

Dawn light at a lonely siding



  1. Love it! I like the way the railway lines draw your eye down the track to the tree and the mist in the background. I think this is one of the best in your series.

  2. Loving your solitary series 🙂

  3. An absolutely marvelous photo.

  4. A beautiful, peaceful moment you have captured here. I love the painterly look of your image!

  5. Sonel

    Absolutely beautiful Sue. It makes me want to go in and see where the tracks are leading to. 😀
    Great shot!

  6. This looks like a watercolour!

  7. And he didn’t even know 🙂

  8. What an atmospheric shot, Sue. The railway to nowhere…

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