Sunday, March 22, 2009
Coming Through/ Monochrome Maniacs
To find other maniacs crazy about monochromes, visit Aileni at http://aileni-calonyddaear1.blogspot.com
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This one is making my desk vibrate...:)
A beautiful crisp image.
I think it is amazing that trains have existet for a looooong time. I thought maby they wood disapare, but no. I can understand that they are great to use for freight - but in Norway it is still really popular to travel by train.
Great post :) Have a nice week :)
A great monochrome shot. (I will post mine tomorrow, if I have figured out what to post that is
i like trains good pic
This reminds me of a Candid Camera shtick they did here, where the engineer leaned out of the train window and asked the cars waiting to cross "which way is north?" LOL.
Great monochrome, huge looking engine....
We sometimes watch the Canadian ice road truckers.....they are huge trucks...:-)
That's a great shot of the train. I always seem to think about shooting trains when they have me stuck at a railway crossing but I don't get very good shots. You did such a good job with this one.
I love this shot, I would probably never have thought of photographing a train like that!
Great composition; love the sky in this one. :)
Great Monochrome shot. My Dad worked for the railroad (in the offices)--but we had 'passes' to travel free all over the country. (That was back when people traveled here by train.)
We went to California once and to Florida a few times. I love trains and have a good memories of them.
Nicely done. Well-composed and lighted. Very dramatic.
What a great position you were in to get this shot. Very dynamic.
Very beautiful B&W photo, with important subject!
That engineer looks so bored standing in front of that powerful machine! Probably sees it everyday. I love how there are so many stories that can be read into this photo.
I like to see trains, this one looks good in mono.
I thinks they will be waiting for a long time as these trains are very very very very long. Nice one.
This is so long it will still be travelling tomorrow. I can hear the whistle blow and feel the wind in this cinematic image.
If course we love train shots. This one looks like it has gone through deep snow at one time or another.
Really nice train scene. Love it!!
Great shot! I love trains, don't see them often enough. I remember as a child running onto the old wooden bridge regularly and waiting for the old steam train to chug under us so that we could be covered in steam. I guess that dates me :))))
Stunning... and great to see the railways moving the fright instead of on the roads.
The picture is a stunner.. :O)
Great shot. You are becoming an expert at composition. That one strong shadow coming in from the right underscores the train in a way.
Train travel, I am told, or at least freight shipping, is supposed to be very efficient economically. Great monochrome!
I love the repeating pattern of the freight containers trailing out of frame. Gives a sense of the infinite.
I need to find a perch like this sometime.
Perfectly timed shot...
What a good shot .. were you stuck waiting to cross the tracks for a long time?
Fun shot. I wonder why it's going so slowly? Or so it seems...
We saw some very very long trains when we were in the Rockies!
What a beautiful monochrome picture.
What a beautiful monochrome picture.
Great shot, trains look fantatic in B&W.
Laughing at Aileni's comment. It's so dramatic I didn't even miss the color. That's a great black and white when it does that.
Marvelous Monochrome shot!
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