Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Railway Bridge/ Watery Wednesday

Railway tracks over a bridge beside a river

Even the cattails are turning yellow. And after our recent winds and rains, the trees are bare.

   You can find more photos celebrating Watery Wednesday at http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com

34 comments:

brattcat said...

You do such a beautiful job with the theme challenges.

see you there! said...

Really looks like winter is just around the corner. Bet is is chilly too.

Darla

Judy said...

I saw that railway bridge, and instantly recognized it! Not that I have evr seen this one before, but the pattern is so familiar!
I LOVE the light coming through the cattails!

George said...

This is a beautiful autumn scene. The light is just perfect.

Small City Scenes said...

Great shot, EG. It is true once the wind and rains come and the freezes---nothing is left. Bare branches are rather pretty though--maybe? MB

Betty said...

That is a great picture. I love the fall colors.Our trees are losing all of there leaves too.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great picture, EG... Looks like the END of Fall!!!! That's really kinda sad, isn't it????
Hugs,
Betsy

kaye said...

I love the grass in the foreground. I have an end of summer picture up today too.

Cezar and Léia said...

Outstanding landscape, I just loved those trees!
Léia

Tricia said...

No, they're not bare, there's still lots of fall colors - Very pretty there by the river

lisaschaos said...

It's funny, we have a railroad similar to that one here - it always has water beside it, even though it's just a ditch.

Audun said...

Beautiful picture capturing autumn at its finest

PERBS said...

How beautiful!!!!! Everything screams autumn!!!!!! You captured it so magnificently!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PERBS said...

Forgot to say I also left a comment on your post below I missed yesterday when I was extremely busy.

cieldequimper said...

The faded autumn colours are so wonderful!

Gretchen said...

Gorgeous!

Carolyn Ford said...

The color is exquisite! The bare trees add all the more contrast...the water is gorgeous and then the railroad bridge...awesome! Love it!

J Bar said...

Great shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Jacob said...

Very nice autumnal waterway/railway bridge shot!

Winter is soon to arrive, methinks!

Carletta said...

A beautiful and bright autumn scene!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

MB,

I think bare branches are often graceful, elegant and beautiful so, although I like leaves, I don't see their falling a tragedy. ;-)

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful Autumn scene and a great watery post.

Ebie said...

Hi EG, lovely scenery! I can still see the faint colors of FALL!

Ebie's Watery Wednesday.

Denise said...

Wonderful fall colors and a very picturesque photo. Thanks for sharing.

Becky and Gary said...

Pretty, pretty colors still EG. Good thing we have our camera to capture these moments.
It is cold here tonight and snow is predicted for the next few days. sigh...
B.

Michelle said...

What a gorgeous scene.

luna miranda said...

i'm amazed every time i visit your blog. what wonderful colors!

Joops said...

Nice combination of colors!

Check out swimming with the kids.

gengen said...

It is beautiful surrounded by the fall colors of the trees. Happy watery Wednesday.

Happily Retired Gal said...

WOW ... what a marvelously colorful watery view! Just stunning ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

Lorac said...

A beautiful last look at the colour change. Blends in well with the water theme. Nice going!

moorebloglife said...

That looks so sunny and warm.... I am jealous!

Rose said...

The cattails really get pretty, I think. I was trying to capture the way they look in evening light and never did quite catch the feel of it.

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

That is very lovely. I like the faded colors in this one. How did you get that effect? Well done!

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