*October in the Railroad Earth*

It’s a poem by Jack Kerouac, who was a writer during the “Beat Generation.”  Would that have made him a beatnik?  I think beatniks came before hippies.  lol  You know hippies, right?  Anyway, I took this photo while on vacation in October, through the window of a moving vehicle no less, and thought the the title sort of fit.  

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5 Responses to *October in the Railroad Earth*

  1. makes me wonder where it leads. I like the depth in this one

  2. danudin says:

    Brings to mind Steve Goodmans “Train they call The City of New Orleans as sung by Arlo Guthrie.

  3. Jens (Jinxy) says:

    Love the leading lines, like Christina siad, we can only wonder where they lead us.

  4. Mike says:

    This is a fantastic shot while in a moving vehicle….perfect timing.

  5. Tammy McChesney says:

    Perfect depth and love all of the clean lines….makes me want to follow those tracks!

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