CB&W: On The Way

Cee’s latest black and white challenge is about any new photos that we may have clicked. Recently I traveled by train, through acres of lush green fields outlined by tall trees under overcast grey skies. And in the midst of such life, such greenery here and there stood bare trees holding out her naked branches in defiance of season, time and public glare. I am unfailingly captivated and enchanted by their unspoken yet deafening declaration of supreme confidence that reaches out to me from so far away. I missed capturing those beauties but here are a few glimpses of the journey through a rain splattered window.


FieldjpgVast green fields that stretch on and on with a handful of people working them. And we complain of rising prices…

LevelcrossWhen I was little, I remember feeling a sense of pride and achievement at level crossings. So many people were waiting for me! 😀 Now I can feel their restlessness, their impatience.

PowerAs a child, I used to think of these as effigies of the demon king Ravan and his cronies waiting to be burned down. Now I know that our worlds will come crashing down if these were to go up in smoke 😀

EntNature has found her own way of dealing with these ‘demons’ that mar her beauty. Don’t beat them, use them 😉

ShedA thoughtful make-shift shed at an obscure railway station. One even had a tree growing through it. Or (more likely) the shed built around it 😀

White flowersJust some random white flowers from another journey on my two feet.

Have a super weekend 🙂

News Flash: I came back to add a photo of another journey of another kind

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Thank you for your company on this amazing journey 🙂

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12 thoughts on “CB&W: On The Way”

  1. Loved the pictures taken from a moving train. My favourite is the tin roof shed built for a handful of people waiting for the train. Now not in use but it is still there. I see lot tiny brick buildings in the middle of nowhere and I wonder why were they built there. They look so desolate with no life around them. train journeys in India are wonderful. Every station has a story to tell. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Congratulations!!!!👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼…Having a delightful journey with you.
    Wish the first picture was in colour..missed out the lush greens🙃
    Hehehe…even I used to think like that…people waiting for the majestic me and my train to pass 😅

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    1. Heheh – like myminds eh 😉 😀 Without you this journey would have been dull and boring 🙂 And dont you worry one of these days I will sneak in a green photo 😉


  3. Wonderful pics, black and white has a beauty of their own there is no discrimination of any sort…its like an untold story, loved the way you have given each a meaning, shows the innocence of heart, realising the other side of the story, pics are as beautiful as you are!keep going….

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