Friday, December 1, 2017

Night Train



I hardly ever go to town at night and at first I couldn't remember why I was there this August night last summer.


Then I realized it must have been on our way home from the ER, where my nephew took me when I had a kidney infection.


I'm glad we had to stop at the railroad  crossing so I could try for some night photos with my phone. 


After being treated with fever reducers, antibiotics, and best of all been re-hydrated with a drip, I was feeling so much better. But not well enough to remember I took these pictures, which I found on my phone the other day.










18 comments:

  1. I always smile when someone says they found photos on their phone, camera, tablet. I am so photo zoned, mine come off the same day, I take them and dump them... I have found a few I forgot to use though in folders, but not many... love the night train, I can SEE the speed

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  2. Those night train photos are really good, I am glad you found them.

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  3. Hi Inger - I wonder where I've been sometimes ... lovely photos though - and I'm so glad you've recovered from the kidney infection ... I'm very happy to have seen the night train - cheers Hilary

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  4. Railway crossings, a compulsory stop, and great motion photos. The speed the trains travel, and at night love those blurred lights, showing how fast the train sped by as you waited safely.

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  5. Photos are great reminders of where we've been. I forget to sometimes. I used to take photos almost every day for my blog but now my computer hard drive is so full I don't even post on my blog anymore. Taking a photo with the train moving and the darkness of the night makes it extra challenging.

    I'm glad your nephew was there to help you.
    Take care, hugs, Julia

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  6. So glad you have a record. I don't have a smart phone. I guess I'll never know where I have been:))

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    1. I don't have a smart phone, either, so I also have an excuse for not remembering!!

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  7. I take a lot of photos that I later wonder where and why!!

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  8. They really are neat photos! I have tried to take photos of trains at night, but never been very successful

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  9. A kidney infection is very painful so maybe taking those pictures took your mind off your suffering. I hope so.

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  10. Very beautiful photos, Inger!

    I remember when you wrote that your nephew help you! I'm glad you have a lovely nephew and he was there to help you.
    Lots of hugs and Love!

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  11. I love those photos. I can only imagine how painful a kidney infection was. I'm so glad that your nephew helped you through it.

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  12. I love seeing trains - you really get the sense of speed from your photos ... I have loads of pictures that mean absolutely nothing to me :)

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  13. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I wanted to let you know that I updated the post to include all 31 ideas for helping animals. I was worried I wouldn't be able to keep up with posting one a day. Silly I know! Wanted to let you know in case you wanted to read all 31 ideas. Thank you!

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    1. Thanks, I will go back and read it later. I love all you do for the animals.

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  14. Railroad crossing at night - that's quite a sight!

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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