Lens-Artists Challenge #80 – Leading Lines


Railway Tracks

I just love the leading lines of the railway tracks at Betws-y-Coed station, as it leads into the distance.

Posted as Part of Lens-Artists Challenge #80 – Leading Lines hosted by Tina.

20 responses to “Lens-Artists Challenge #80 – Leading Lines”

  1. That’s beautiful Bren. Love the monochrome effect

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  2. Sepia was just right for this photo Bren 🙂

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    1. Thank you… I did try it is colour, but just didn’t like it. So glad you like it xx

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  3. I also think sepia, with its ageless quality, works well here.

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  4. Nice. That cold also be used for “nostalgic”. 🙂

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    1. Thank you xx yes it is rather nostalgic now you’ve mentioned it.xx

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  5. What a stunning image.

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  6. Railway tracks are some of my favorites! love this!

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  7. Superb photo. (Should we just call you Brashley? (Kidding, but you know.)) 🙂

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    1. Than you… I will keep that name in mind 😂😂😂 should we decide to rebrand. 😂😂

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  8. Can you tell me about this challenge. Great photo by the way

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    1. Thank you xx If you click on the link in my post it will take you to Debbie’s blog where she hosts the One Word Sunday challenge. She posts a word every Sunday and you submit a photo that’ll represent that word.

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  9. Love railroad tracks – these are gorgeous lines in sepia, Bren.

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  10. Beautiful shot, Bren. The sepia is perfect for an old-world and timeless feel.

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    1. Thank you Patti… that station reminded me so much of the station in the film The Railway Children xx

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