Monday, September 19, 2011
"Children have neither past nor future; they enjoy the present, which very few of us do." Jean de la Bruyere
When I headed out yesterday with the camera, I wasn't expecting anything new since everything is in transition. The leaves haven't yet changed, but all blooms have died down. I wasn't able to 'see' anything.
Then I turned the corner & saw this beauty, sitting there in all it's glory for the taking.
This is the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad that travels through the park 2 mins. away from my house. I could hear that mournful wail of the steam whistle, yet I didn't know which train it was.
Seeing the huge puffs of steam, the conductors, (me in photo w/3 of them) & the sheer size of this train took my excitement level to the moon!
Suddenly, letting my inner-child out became easy.
And it was a good day. :-)
Pictures by: me :0}
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