Salted Brick

Salted Brick

The ground we walk on is full of beauty and texture, we just have to look.

Brick is my favorite and always attracts my attention, especially at train stations.  Snow is melting away, but there was still some salt left on the bricks.

Let’s keep our eyes open, and enjoy beauty whenever and wherever we find it.

Much Peace and Keep Roamin’

Salted Winter Leaves Don't Cross the Yellow Line

Green Cracks in Stone

Green Cracks in Stone

These old bricks help support an abandoned bridge that passes over a current train station.

Much Peace and Keep Roamin’

snake plant detail nature leaves photography Green Leaves

Decay

Decay

There is immense beauty in the world, and I have a particular love for the beauty of things that are worn and decaying, like this building at a train station.

There are fantastic textures to be found in what’s old, abandoned, and breaking down.

Everything reaches it’s end, but that doesn’t mean the beauty is gone.

Much Peace and Keep Roamin’

winter blue exterior photography ladder fall trees photography

Don’t Cross the Yellow Line

Don't Cross the Yellow Line

This year I’ve discovered how wonderful it is to have access to public transit, trains in particular.  Every time I step on the train and watch towns fly by, I feel an immense sense of gratitude and freedom.

It’s a beautiful thing to be able to get around and explore the world.

Walking is great, and this year I plan on trading in the car for a bike as my mode of transportation, but I’ll always have a soft spot for trains.

What’s your favorite way to get around and see the world?

Much Peace and Keep Roamin’