Trackside Talks: What's the deal with train track photography?
I have always wondered why others are attracted to taking photos of or self photography on railroad tracks, whether it's an abandoned line or one that sees over seventy trains a day. Is it the appeal to aesthetics and timeless scenes or one to danger and risk taking?
As an avid railroad photographer, I personally love finding "perfect" areas for trackside photography. All sorts of objects, buildings, and animals litter areas that make for great photoshoots. Such as a deer crossing the tracks in the early morning fall or a lonesome flower growing up in the center of a well maintained mainline railroad track that's used daily, it all comes down to, in my opinion, what makes the tracks pop out the best while also flattering your surroundings.
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- Taken by Zhenia Michaux on Wednesday, March 11, 2020, in Colbert GA
CSX Abbeville Subdivision