Metal Geometry

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Train Trestle - Lac St. Anne, Alberta 1

Train Trestle – Lac St. Anne, Alberta 1

Train Trestle - Lac St. Anne, Alberta 2

Train Trestle – Lac St. Anne, Alberta 2

Train Trestle - Lac St. Anne, Alberta 3

Train Trestle – Lac St. Anne, Alberta 3

High above a creek running in spring’s thaw, a train trestle’s metal geometry, angles bolted and welded together, contrasts against water’s fluid state and creek bank flora … colourful, yet still to come alive.

Listening to – Ibarionex Perello interview Walter Plotnick on ‘The Candid Frame,’ a discussion of wet photography and digital process – check out episode #189 http://thecandidframe.blogspot.ca/ (you’ll find this as a podcast through iTunes).

Quote to Inspire – “Everything shifts as you move, and different things come into focus at different points of your life, and you try to articulate that.” Chris Steele – Perkins

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