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My recent visit to Spain has thrown up a few images for the ‘One’ series… a few to follow over the coming days. Here are the first two, seen in stations:sjudd_es_malaga_2016-09-30-248-version-3 sjudd_es_campillos_2016-10-06-27-version-3



  1. Dolphin-nosed trains??? I like the second one: the one and the train on different and parallel paths. I look forward to more.

  2. Nothing speaks of travels like photographs of trains and a perspective 🙂 Great shots!

  3. Aw, you shoud’ve stopped by!!!

  4. Living in Europe–what a great opportunity to visit other countries.

  5. I’m not sure about the dolphin noses, but that probably says more about my lack of travel experience than anything else!

  6. Amy

    Spain, a great place to spend vacation/holidays. Wonderful shots of the train and the station!

  7. I have spent time in Europe, but never found my way to Spain. This country is on the very top of my “Bucket List”.

    • Sue

      Well, I have only spent 3 days in Madrid before, and a very brief glimpse of the north western part, and this was the first time I’ve visited the country in years. I loved what I saw, because of the different sights, history and culture.

  8. Love those trains – and as you say they are very comfortable. Nice shots! (And I do not think they are ugly…)

  9. Nice catch. I like the 2nd one best.

  10. The first one is too cluttered for me, it loses the oneness, but I do like the dolphin nosed trains 🙂
    The second image is lovely – parallel lines, tracks and cables and the opposing paths of the train and the person. Plus it feels very calm with the absence of crowds.

  11. Spain is proving to be fruitful ground, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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