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Aug 22, 2012 20:25 |  #1

On a couple of subdivisions yesterday.


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Aug 22, 2012 21:09 |  #2

I like the first one the best, especially because it has such a neat "consist"of like styled cars. But all your work excels!


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Aug 22, 2012 21:23 |  #3

Pretty light on #1! #2 reminds me of the quote:
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Aug 22, 2012 22:34 |  #4

2nd one caught my eye, looks like the train is driving off the tracks...Back to the Future part III style :)


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Aug 23, 2012 06:14 |  #5

PhotosGuy wrote in post #14894360 (external link)
Pretty light on #1!

Thats the benefit of setting the alarm at 4:30am, feeding the cats, putting out the garbage, loading the car and being there in time.


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Aug 23, 2012 08:44 |  #6

Bosscat wrote in post #14895509 (external link)
Thats the benefit of setting the alarm at 4:30am, feeding the cats, putting out the garbage, loading the car and being there in time.

I admire your dedication! Mostly, I just go with sunset now. ; D


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Aug 23, 2012 15:52 |  #7

PhotosGuy wrote in post #14895902 (external link)
I admire your dedication! Mostly, I just go with sunset now. ; D

I waited for sunset, but it clouded over and sent me packing for groceries, which is part of why I do these trips, since the rail lines go through much larger towns then I live near. This allows me access to more variety of grocery stores, and better bargains, plus I get to shoot trains, so its a win, win, win, if I also get two golden hours with trains in a day, since its a minimum 30 minute drive to a rail line for me.


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Aug 23, 2012 21:36 |  #8

I really like the second shot....


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