The End of the Line

It’s Friday again. It’s been a busy week with 19 images posted in my last two blogs. So, time for something simple and short for today.

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This image was shot from the window of a speeding Eurostar train two years ago – probably at close to the maximum speed of 186mph as I sped back across France after a ski trip. So of course it was blurred, that was the idea – an experiment capturing blurred rails. At the time I was playing with the camera, just to pass the time. Back home, a bit of Photoshop fun employing the Twirl filter, and this is the image I derived.

The End of the Line – a metaphor, perhaps, for how some of you may feel as you stagger toward the end of the week. Has your brain hit the buffers? Have you reached the end of your patience/energy/creativity? Time to park ‘work’ and enjoy some R&R over the weekend. Have a good one.

About LensScaper

Hi - I'm a UK-based photographer who started out 45+ years ago as a lover of landscapes, inspired by my love of outdoor pursuits: skiing, walking and climbing. Now retired, I seldom leave home without a camera and I find images in unexpected places and from different genres. I work on the premise that Photography is Art and that creativity is dependent on the cultivation of 'A Seeing Eye'.
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14 Responses to The End of the Line

  1. Haha – great image Andy, with a touch of humour 🙂


  2. Len says:

    Wasn’t sure what this was and would never have guessed Andy. This is a killer shot – very creative. Absolutely love it.


  3. What a great creation Andy! I would have never guessed it started as a rail line.


  4. oneowner says:

    WOW!!! What a fun image. I would frame that.


  5. Great image. Very creative!


  6. I absolutely love this image Andy. Very creative. This would look beautiful on a wall.


  7. I am totally with Edith on this one! Those colors and tones are awesome, and until I read your post in detail I had NO idea what we were looking at! This is a great example of the magic of photography!! Great picture, Andy.


    • LensScaper says:

      Thanks so much Toad. It’s what I do when the TV is boring! Doodle in Photoshop. Glad you like it – these work best when the end result suggests a title.


  8. rigmover says:

    Just reached the of my week, trouble was it lasted 26 days.


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