Shingle Wagons

Shingle Wagons

The wagons are finally full of shingle.

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4 thoughts on “Shingle Wagons

  1. Um, but are they actually full?! Looking at the middle wagon, it is possible that the shingle represents the big mound that is actually behind the wagons, and not in the wagons. Yes? No ?

    • ah ok, by “shingle” I mean… lots-of-litte-stones.
      Like in the foreground, in between the railway tracks… shingle.
      The are, confusingly, also piles of shingle behind the wagons.

  2. John, brother, would call your photo “trick photography”, if he was still 15 years of age! I am a bit confused re this photo!

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