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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by cn nutbar, Mar 15, 2008.
I have always enjoyed looking at your photo's. Great Pics.
Absolutely awesome photos!!!!:thumb: I especially like the one with the F units rounding the curve before the crossing. Quite possibly one of the best model railroad scenes ever IMHO. Nicely done.
Thanks Mike. Someday Mister Nutbar will bring along the manual for the camera, and we'll sit down and figure out how to use it properly. :-D:-D I was aware of what was needed for greater depth-of-field, but couldn't figure out how to change the settings.
hello everyone---Well finally Doctor Wayne and I got together to read the manual and tried our luck with a few more photos---after playing around with the settings on my camera and adding some extra lighting,Wayne and I spent an enjoyable evening taking some pictures on the beautiful EG&E---here's some samples for your consideration
We also had a short discussion about the stuff that you don't see until you look at a photo of something: city crews have been dispatched to repair that streetlight on Walnut Street, seen in the fourth photo. :-D
Thanks for the shots guys! They look great. I always make sure I check out any thread that you guys create as I find great pictures every time. Thanks for that.
Love the grade crossing through the turnout.
HI EVERYONE---I HAD TO ADD A SHOT OF #4193 CROSSING WALNUT STREET IN DUNNVILLE
Thank you for sharing these excellent shots.
I like the detailing of the track - rust - oil - weeds etc,
but most of all, I have to say that the flowing water is the best I've ever seen bar none.:thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
hello all---a rooftop shot taken by an avid rail fan of #4193 crossing Walnut Street in Dunnville
Wonderful locos and excellent photos !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I like such extraordinary fine models and your experience making such photographs.
thank you Bernhard---compliments from such a talented modeller as yourself are much appreciated
wholey smokes those are some awesome locomotives both the funits and the steamers awesome work zachary flowe