... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
Elvis has left the station.
Julie, I love this shot. What a beautiful light! Perfect with the Elvis sign. I use a Canon EOS 7D or a EOS 5D.
Great shading and colors with those amazing blue skies! I love Dave's comment - hah!The photos from yesterday are precious... you are blessed.Genie
This graffitist has done a good job of matching the colors to the train, and you've got a beautiful shot here. I love the colour of the sky.-- KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Just made me wonder why the line has such a boring name? While people say they will get the train to Bondi, I don't think they ever say I will get the Bondi train. Bondi train would be a good name.
Andrew, Andrew, Andrew! We live in enclaves, int this city. And Bondi is just the end-point of the line. You can't have the folk at Kx or Edgecliff, or Rose Bay be upset.Besides it was named by bureaucrats!
You disappoint me, I thought you must have gone down to Central to catch photos of all the Elvises heading out to the Elvis weekend in Parkes recently.
Nah - that I find sad! Fancy looking forward to dressing up in white flares with massive glasees and wig to journey out to Parkes!! However, I will try to remember it next year, and see if I can cover it in an original way. Quite a challenge as it has been done to death!!
When I saw the title I thought you had gone to the Elvis Train as well, agree that photos of that event are done to death. This is a brilliant image Julie and has brightened my day.
I hoped you'd caught the Elvis train as well.Beats me how they get up there to make the stencil.
Terrific light in this shot indeed.
I would have liked to have caught the train a little earlier - mid pylon would have been noice.
Don't be so hard on yourself - it's an awesome shot!
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