Water Water Everywhere – September 12, 2019

One of my favorite type of challenges this time of year when I usually I am outside and away from any devices is photo challenges. Granny Shot It has this one called Water Water Everywhere.

 

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The first two photographs of the quartet were snapped from the steam excursion train at Great Smoke Mountains Railroad in Bryson, City, North Carolina.

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The last two photos are early morning sunrise at Carolina Beach, north Carolina last September (2018) a week before Hurricane Florence.

About Joe Owens

Can you tell from my writing I love God? I hope so because that is what I want you to know most about me. I am also a writer who loves taking on fiction prompts and crafting a story. One day you will read my work in print. Until then enjoy it here! For free!
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4 Responses to Water Water Everywhere – September 12, 2019

  1. Awesome stuff, Joe. I’ve always wanted to take one of those train rides. You’ve just caused me to move that one up to the top of my bucket list.

    • Joe Owens says:

      Russell I have enjoyed the ones we’ve completed so far. When we were in Strasburg I picked up a guide to such railroads that lists two to three in each state. i also know of one that traces the California coast. There is also one that traverses the Canadian Rockies I have designs to enjoy.

      • Having traversed the Pacific Coast Highway many times, the thought of taking a train along the Pacific Coast is enough to make my mouth water. I do have some issues with great heights, but that would in no way stop me from taking the one through the Canadian Rockies. I’m sure the views are breath-taking!

      • Joe Owens says:

        I hear they are. We rode the one in Skagway, Alaska and I got some breath taking shots as well as a long distance one of the cruise ship many feet below and it looked like a match box toy!

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