More steam and snow from the archives. This trip to the Wilmington & Western produced several great shots, but this one of #98 rolling through this snow covered cut has always been a favorite of mine.
Since Monday is New Year’s I thought I would take the opportunity to share a couple of my favorite images from the year. 2017 was a great year photographically that included a number of trips to photograph railroads, landscapes, abandoned structures and more. In no particular order, here are a couple of my favorites:
The image above is from a photo trip to the East Broad Top Railroad in Orbisonia, PA from a workshop I attended in January.
Next up is a photo from the Locust Heights & Western photo charter in August. This was my first trip to this awesome place and I’m looking forward to returning in the future.
Raven’s Roost Overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway was a happy accident. Traffic on I-81 on my way to Roanoke put me in position to take a detour to catch sunset on the Parkway.
Speaking of Roanoke, this photo was taken on the third of three weekends chasing N&W 611.
Ohiopyle was a quick stop on the way to Locust Heights in August. I’m hoping to make a fall color trip there in the next year or so.
Last but not least, 2017 saw two trips to the Klotz Throwing Company for workshops.
I’m still processing photos from Strasburg, The Scranton Lace Company, Williamsburg, Walt Disney World, and the Cass Photography Workshops, so keep an eye out for those hopefully soon.
Happy New Year!