Sunday’s Railway Preservation Society of Ireland excursion paused on Dublin’s Loop Line waiting for a clear signal to enter Connolly Station.
I had just exposed views of the train crossing the River Liffey.
(see Monday’s Tracking the Light; http://briansolomon.com/trackingthelight/2019/09/23/sunday-steam-charter-crosses-the-river-liffey/).
Photographer Jay Monaghan and I were walking toward Connolly to meet the train when this over and under scenario unfolded.
LUAS Red Line Tram in the TESCO supermarket wrap came around the bend having just made its stop at Bus Aras to present a rare juxtaposition with RPSI’s Cravens.
I made these photos with my Lumix LX7 before proceeding to Connolly to get steam locomotive number 4 arriving.
The lessons from this exercise:
1) Sometimes the most unusual photographic opportunities unfold when the sun is hiding behind the clouds.
2) Always have a camera ready for those unexpected moments.
3) Keep going, don’t give up, there’s might be another opportunity!
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