A little yoga on top of the world! One of my favorite places to hike
I heard that Pan Am was working at N. Bennington tonight. I raced to Hoosick Jct. to catch RJ-2 passing over the Walloomsac River … even on a good day it takes nearly a hour to get there and it was snowing hard tonight.
After hearing the train had departed North Bennington, it was time for a new plan. I set up along Rt. 67 in Johnsonville. I’d always wanted this shot in a snow storm and it was snowing like mad! By the time RJ-2 showed up (after doubling up with EDRJ, who was passing through the area), the snow had stopped. I gave myself another 15 minutes to see if there was another train right behind.
Train 206 was 15 minutes behind the the previous west bound train… in that time, the snow had returned.
Here is PAS 206, just after it passed MP454: 11:45pm, 6°F, winds 12mph out of the North, heavy snow.
— Clay laugier (via claylaugier)
Reedit: An old photo of mine, just an experiment for lightroom practice. Taken at Blue Mountain, Upstate New York. The top of the mountain was used as a lookout point for any intruders from the north and eventually abandoned for recreational use. There wasn’t any sightings, so the soldiers moved to other areas.