Here is a picture of yours truly searching the backroads and byways for that keeper of a photograph. In this case, the place is the narrow gauge railroad museum in Portland, Maine. In essence, it is a photographer’s delight, for the museum yard is filled with old railroad cars in various states of repair (and disrepair). But don’t dispare, for the railroad still runs, at least during the long, summer days and again for a few trips at Christmas to view the nighttime lights. I go here to the place of old train cars during the daytime in my search for unique images. Here is my found image for the day.
Recognize the white metal pipe and the red background? It also appears in the top photograph. Maybe, one can see the searching process that takes place when they go out with the purpose of making pictures. I have traveled to Europe with my camera and brought home some good photos and I have also rambled around the streets of the coastal city, where I live in Maine and again found some worthwhile scenes. And in the long run, it probably doesn’t matter too much where you go, for you can find a good picture almost anywhere, even right inside your own home.