There’s something about a railway station in the evening for me. An ethereal layer that lurks just below the bustle and hustle of large numbers of people on the move. A quiet rhythm of something biding it’s time, waiting, watching.
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There’s always an air of expectation at a railway station, especially early in the morning. Will the train turn up on time? Will the day turn out as planned, or even better? All the answers hanging in the air like the misty rain that cloaks platform one at Newton this morning. SOME LINKS. https://www.artflakes.com/en/shop/lachlan-main https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Lachlan1/sets https://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B00TKGBNYM https://lachlan-main.pixels.com/
Well the first “on the move post done with the app” post didn’t go to badly, well I didn’t feel anything. I’m currently awaiting my onward train home after a rewarding day out. You know, a day that you know will be good but turns out even better. I’ve a card full of photos to edit and a few ideas to scribble down but they can wait until tomorrow. My […]