The picture with this post is a photograph that I have wanted to take for quite some time. I pass this point every morning on my way into work. Occasionally, like this photo shows, one of the MetroLink trains is seen passing from left to right, as I pass underneath it. I know that it doesn’t look all that photogenic, but that doesn’t make this shot any less compelling to me. When you are engaged in a repetitive motion activity, like your daily commute, anything different is good. This MetroLink/morning commute meet-up has occurred often enough over the years to lose some of its novelty value, but it only occurs a few times per year, so it is still different from the norm. Normally, I am driving by myself in rush-hour traffic. So, trying to take a photograph is not only difficult, but also dangerous. Last Saturday though, Anne was doing the driving north, on our way for some birding at the Riverlands. I was in the front passenger seat and I had my camera in-hand, so getting this shot was relatively easy. It just took many years, for the stars to align and for this opportunity to finally occur for me.