The photo I have chosen for the Lines challenge from the Daily Post has many, many lines. The refurbishment of the roof at Carlisle station was almost complete, when I was waiting for a train before Easter. I was under an awning, which showed the “before”, whereas the main roof was “after”.
Most of the lines of the roof are straight, but the railway lines follow a curved path through the station.
Sometimes it is nice to travel and explore. My photos for this week’s photo challenge, Wanderlust, were taken towards the end of March, when I spent some time wandering around the cathedral grounds after travelling for more than an hour by train. In the sunshine I noticed features of the architecture, which I had missed previously. I took close-ups rather than trying to fit the whole of the impressive building into a single snap.
Towards the end of last month I travelled by train to attend a meeting of a writers’ group. The weather was perfect – a bright sunny spring day. I took some snaps from the trains and a few more in the city. Although the clocks had not changed to British Summer Time, we enjoyed plenty of daylight that day.