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Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Zman, Jun 2, 2005.
Now how do suppose that happened?
It's obvious - not enough speed for sustained flight!
Hey, yesterday there used to be tracks going this way...
Waddayamean, the engine was facing the other way yesterday?
hey buddy, you shoulda madfe a right back there....have a good one..steve
I told them not to leave the keys in the ignition.
Don't need the Lo-Jack boss...I know right where it is.
Hey you cant park that thing here. and its a non smoking area...
I dropped my lunch... turned around to pick it up... and BAM!!
Looks like a "Photo Shop" job.....notice nice clean cut of the railings on the porch, and NO debris on the ground.
Nope, I think it's real. A set-up, but real. Your are right, no debris, but also notice the neat way they have the rocks around where it touches the ground. A great shot, well worthy of entry into this month's photo contest, if it is submitted by whoever took the picture, that is...:thumb:
"Doc, I told you to keep it over 88MPH!"
"Now I'm gonna hafta get the rerail frog..."
Even if this one is a setup, there is an actual shot very similar to this taken in ca1900 in France. If you google it, you can probably find a copy...
On closer inspection I would have to agree that it is a setup, probably photoshoped. The giveaway is the railing around the balcony. Notice how cleanly they have been cut? Still a good shot though. :thumb:
Here is the shot I am referring to:
Gare Montparnasse, 1895
Sorry Will, I tried,,,
I think it is real, but staged. Looks like built-in advertising, like maybe for a restaurant. Anybody know where the picture was taken?
I think the other give away is the lack of broken glass. It is a great piece though.
You're right Andrew. That one definately looks legit.
If it is real someone went to a lot of trouble. Can you imagine hauling it in there and then proping it up against the building? It definately would be an eye catcher though.