Rush Hour

cabrasA shepherd leads his flock of goats along a dusty road near the village of Bermejo, in Andalusia, Spain. Just on the other side of the hill, the high-speed train that connects Madrid with Malaga swooshes past at over two-hundred kilometres an hour. It’s there for an instant, then disappears in a tunnel, and then the countryside seems ancient again. Click on image to see larger view. Photo ©Mike Randolph

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2 Responses to Rush Hour

  1. Julvic March 31, 2015 at 12:55 #

    I was transported to a road trip we took few year ago, I could swear it is the same shepherd. He made way for us to pass with the help of his dog, what an experience seeing them in action! The same happened to us but we saw the train and the goats in the same view. We were not fast enough to capture the seen. Thank you for the memory that I recall very often. I am sure if we get back there, he will be passing with his flock at the Same hour everyday. And we will be ready. Keep the coming Michael!

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