It always amazes me how much the light at sunrise and sunset changes by the minute. While photographing this beach building, a storm was coming in and as the clouds blew over and the light changed during sunset, the look of the image changed drastically. One looks ominous, the other inviting.
Looking at these places while on hikes, I can understand why people used to think fairies were real. I can just see the wee folk flitting around in the periphery.
The Steam Railroading Institute is dedicated to preserving, restoring, and running historical steam railroading equipment. Since Father's Day is this Sunday and because my dad loved trains, I paid a visit to this place to honor his memory.
Without this fully manual machine, parts to restore steam engines would no longer be available.
Detail of a sanded passenger train:
A dedicated volunteer performing repairs in the cab of engine 1225, famous from the book and the movie, "The Polar Express"
A meeting between two repairs:
Ground view of the roundabout: