Long Exposures in an Abandoned Train Tunnel

Patrick, my travel companion, and I took the hour and a half drive from the Northshore to Clinton Massachusetts. Our destination is the abandoned train tunnel from the 1930’s. Centuries later the tunnel has been decorated by graffiti artists work and local partiers beer cans, the purpose of our journey is to experiment photographing Patrick holding a blue smoke grenade at the tunnel’s entrance. I have taken photographs with smoke grenades before with Patrick, but never at an abandoned train tunnel that seems endless.

Patrick and I plan to go back and take photographs from the other end. But, before we left we took several long exposure shots with sparklers I had from Forth of July.

Enjoy and Explore an Abandoned Place.

Candice.

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Highest Peak in Mass.

My hike to Mount Greylock’s summit was a challenge I added to my bucket list over a year ago.

My legs muscles burned through the 3 mile climb to Mount Greylock’s summit. Stopping to catch either my breath or a quick photograph of the scenery around me.

The feeling of accomplishing the strenuous hike to Greylock’s summit made me feel unstoppable.

After hiking Mount Greylock, the next mountains I’ve added to my bucket list is Mount Washington and Franconia’s Ridge in New Hampshire and Mount Katahdin in Maine.

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