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||Posted - 11/20/2008 : 5:47:25 PM
This idea has been far more popular than I first imagined. The first thread (found here), at over 50 pages has gotten too long so it's time to start a new one.
Here's the original intro just as a reminder...
Many of us are not solely focused on photographing railroads, either real or models. Plus I know that some of you even did this as a job, some latent photographers, and some of us are just plain lucky. Because I like seeing a good photo, here's the idea for this thread -- it will be a place to show off your nifty artsy-fartsy photos. You know the ones...those photos that the rest of the family skips over because so-and-so looks so cute! Meanwhile that great low-down red sun-warmed Monument Valley shot gets shuffled to the bottom of the deck. Yup here's an opportunity to show the rest of us what you've got beyond those photos centered on trains. You've seen some of my stuff so let's see some of those well composed artistic photos worth sharing with others on the forum. I betcha there's some award winners out there and you're just hidding them.
Thanks for all of the great contributions. Keep them coming!
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||Posted - 07/11/2018 : 7:28:23 PM
Great shots, Neil!!
I especially like the Avro Lancaster!!!!!
||Posted - 07/11/2018 : 6:58:08 PM
Hi Some pictures from last weekend, I spent the weekend modelling under a sunshade at a Air Fair at Woodford the old AVRO Aircraft factory. The runway is being ripped up and made into housing.
||Posted - 07/10/2018 : 7:46:55 PM
Taken in west Texas
||Posted - 03/31/2018 : 11:25:49 PM
Not a photo, but here's a short video I just finished featuring the many colorful flowers that can be seen in our neighborhood at this time of year:
||Posted - 02/09/2018 : 6:50:11 PM
Greg I was thinking more along these lines.
||Posted - 02/09/2018 : 6:07:53 PM
Here are a few of my more varied shots from all over the US...
||Posted - 09/06/2016 : 2:46:03 PM
Jim, that is a beautiful photograph!
Here is one that I took this past weekend at our cottage, of my daughter & her boyfriend.
It reminds me of a Maxfield Parrish painting.
||Posted - 07/28/2016 : 12:28:57 AM
||Posted - 07/27/2016 : 9:25:11 PM
While sitting at the dinner table, our house literally started to shake. A look out the front window and the reason became obvious.
A EAA moment from our pier...
||Posted - 08/14/2015 : 1:34:43 PM
A flower in our back Garden.
Canon 50D, 100m EF F/2.8 Macro Lens.1/125 - F16 ISO 100
||Posted - 08/13/2015 : 4:48:02 PM
Having great weather here in the Maritimes!
||Posted - 08/13/2015 : 1:31:09 PM
Glad you enjoyed, Mike. Say, show Dustin how the weathering in my hair helps pops the details showing that I still have a head of hair at 57!
||Posted - 08/12/2015 : 4:17:27 PM
Too funny, Mike!
||Posted - 08/12/2015 : 3:54:07 PM
Yours truly reading The Jerusalem Post while floating on the Dead Sea during my trip to Israel and Jordan a couple of summer's ago.
||Posted - 08/12/2015 : 2:48:23 PM
My wife, Megan, and I, work as paramedics here in our city/county. Sometimes, at any hour, we are called out to our local regional airport to receive patients either by chopper, or fixed-wing aircraft, and transfer them, by ambulance, to our tertiary care hospital for continued care. The hospital is a regional centre in our area of the province.
Prior to the aircraft arrival, on her night shift, she was able to snap this shot at sunrise:
Thanks for looking,