Poetry, Photography, and Thoughts
Historical and Horror Fiction Writer
Psychotherapy; Autism, Anxiety and Wellbeing
Rape. Incest. Murder. Then, I turned four. Storytelling for the brokenhearted.
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Love is Joy!
Philosophy is all about being curious, asking basic questions. And it can be fun!
We're all on a road to somewhere.
Life after high conflict divorce with children
My Life After Narcissistic Abuse
Stories, Poetry, Thoughts, Life
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Pursuing sanity in a world insane
Keep Moving Forward
Keep Moving Forward
Exploring the abandoned, derelict and forgotten of Adelaide, South Australia and beyond
the most beautiful sound next to silence.
"Literature is language charged with meaning." Ezra Pound
You know, it's cool for cats.
Life Experiences, Quotes & Randoms
Sharing steps from my path of life...
"El Mundo Visible es Sólo un Pretexto" / "The Visible World is Just a Pretext".-
My 2016 iPhone Project 366
a picture a day - no exceptions (c) yours truly
Sharing Great Blog Posts
Wisdom from the Blogs I Follow
west517 | the world we know
Ina Vukic - Croatia: people, politics, history, economy, transitioning from communism to democracy
The only archive reviewing every ECM album in existence.
Le PhotoBlog de SeniSilat
Hundefotografie / Dog photography
'Cuz Yesterday Is Long Gone & Tommorow Is Unpromised
my personal museum of digital art, poetry, photography, paintings, video art, revelations and sexy parties
Surviving through Depression. "Specter" is the personification of my depression.
Artists Paying it Forward
A Collection of Amazing Fine Art
"The artist exists because the world is not perfect" - Andrei Tarkovsky
8 thoughts on “slow train coming”
‘..comming around the bend’ Great, Gavin. I’m still wondering how you did this. At first I thought it was double exposure. But it’s a reflection, or?
It’s a cardboard train in a window.
excellent!! a cardboard train!! Great image!
Goodness me – baie goed! You know your story!
freaking awesome! Who’da thunk it was a cardboard train in a window!
thank you Laura. bit of a fave.
You’re welcome. I can see why. It’s a good one!