Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Mood

The train won’t be on time.

The vegetation has long taken over these abandoned tracks.

I’m standing here as the sun goes down and this incredibly warm light washes over me. In the background, everything lits up like a giant bonfire.

I discovered these abandoned train tracks somewhere on the border between Belgium and The Netherlands. Most probably, they were used to transport coal from Limburg towards the nearby industrial cities. This former mining area is now a national park.

Sofia’s topic for The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge this week is “mood”.

10 Comments on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Mood

  1. Great post, Florin. The first photo is exceptional. I also loved the forêt with the fog and the flemish landscape. Beautiful work.

  2. I love the soft moodiness you brought to your landscapes, Florin. I especially connected with the purple mist on the forêt. Seems like a great place to watch the day pass by.

    The lighthouse unlike the others, stands as a beacon, a protector as it should. Always a pleasure to visit your blog.

    1. I’m grateful you visit and find something meaningful here. That photo with the mist over the forest lake is actually taken in a place quite close to where I live. It’s a protected natural area close to the city.

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