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A good, crisp shot and great to see that you have included all the exhaust. I think it leans a bit to the right whereas in reality it should lean into the bend (known as cant) so a bit of anti-clockwise rotation is called for and perhaps a LHS crop to give a square frame and tighten up the composition.
A very well balanced picture. You have left the Overhead Line supports in on each side which provide the frame. The exhaust falling to the far side of the train makes the coaches stand out.
A fine shot, but for perfection it needs to show more of the exhaust because the composition is really the steam arcing over in the top half of the picture and the train curving through it in he bottom half.
I do like this although I think the idea could be improved upon.
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