Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The Stigma

... the 10 pm train ...

We don't quite have the Garden of Eden in the summertime when we are out at the water.

Up to eighty trains a day roll along the waters of the Shuswap in any 24 hour period.  They can be seen as a curse or a blessing.  Here the train is a warning that it is time to leave what started out to be a short dip in the water to cool off after supper.  Now the light has fallen, the light of the train is coming around the corner, it is time to gather up blankets and water battles and head for home.

Evening.

Springtime.

The water pouring down the small streams from the tiny rivulets.

And the 10 pm  train.  A calming moment sent to you by Bonnie Wyora.

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