Photo Challenge #237

If you spend a lot of time at the Saugatuck train station — and who doesn’t, given Metro-North’s we’ll-get-here-when-we-feel-like-it approach to scheduling? — you’re used to looking up and down the tracks.

And up and down, and all around, everywhere else.

So last week’s Photo Challenge was a snap. Steve Alter, Seth Braunstein, Yulee Aronson, Linda Amos, Fred Cantor, Seth Schachter, Andrew Colabella, Breno Donatti, John Kekkey, Michelle Scher Saunders, Tammy Barry, Jill Odice, Clark Thiemann, A. Darcy Sledge, Jonathan McClure and Amy Schneider all knew that Gene Borio’s photo showed a light fixture above the tracks.

There’s no back story. It’s just one of those familiar Westport scenes we’re all used to. Click here for the photo.

This week’s Photo Challenge is tougher than the last one. If you know where in Westport you’d see this, click “Comments” below.

(Photo/Molly Alger)

6 responses to “Photo Challenge #237

  1. Joyce Barnhart

    Near the library side of the bridge from the Women’s Club parking lot?

  2. It looks like my back yard, but I live in Fairfield, so it can’t be.

  3. Andrew Colabella

    Barons property

    • Good one, Andrew! Yes – that’s the Baron’s “Golden Shadows” house in the background — the only way anyone would know!

  4. Wine berries – they grow all over. They are tasty if you can get to them before the birds do, but they will leave your hands sticky !

  5. David Stalling

    The woods behind my neighbor’s house on Hickory Drive fifty years ago! 😁