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Barbaraj 9 450 England
28 May 2008 7:33AM
But it has atmosphere . A feeling of its happening.

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28 May 2008 7:46AM
i agree its a brilliantly taken shot
28 May 2008 7:58AM
V1 does it for me,well taken
28 May 2008 8:10AM
great set of pictures tony....peter
28 May 2008 8:29AM
Not sure how you've processed these, but the result is very effective.
Smile Lucy
harrattp 9 11 4 England
28 May 2008 8:45AM
Yep gotta agree with all the above. Great atmosphere in the shot, well done.
mark1309 9 13 United Kingdom
28 May 2008 9:13AM
Excellent, v1 stands out, very well taken, even the noise adds I think to the atmosphere of the images,
AlanC1 9 1 England
28 May 2008 9:22AM
A fine series under difficult conditions, well done
goso 10 2 1 Australia
28 May 2008 9:41AM
Good shots Tony, but no.1 does it for me.....Bill
photophantom 8 108 3 Philippines
28 May 2008 10:11AM
I like it Tony...........well done....trains are fascinating locomotive
28 May 2008 10:38AM
another 3 fab shots well taken
casson 10 3 United Kingdom
28 May 2008 11:02AM
I like v 1 , a well taken shot, my only comment is that the headlights should be either side of the buffer beam if it is conveying passengers, sorry I have to mention it ,being a retired railwayman!
28 May 2008 3:04PM
superb tones in this low light shot ;
prefer #1's crop...
TonyFrith 9 3 6 United Kingdom
28 May 2008 7:58PM
Thanks for the comments
Lucy I processed the raw files with CS3 then adjusted Levels, Brightness & Contrast, then I used Shadows & Highlights, I don't do much to any of my shots I haven't the patience to do much
robincoombes 9 1 5 Wales
28 May 2008 9:50PM
Very good you have captured time of day and weather very well
GeorgeRusky 10 1 4
28 May 2008 10:43PM
Hi Tony
The first is the best for me Smile
JimV 10 6 3 Canada
30 May 2008 1:46AM
As George says the first is the best, but a pity they're out of sequence, spoils the 'action' when running the mouse across them!
Rgds., Jim
TonyFrith 9 3 6 United Kingdom
30 May 2008 7:21AM
I put the best IMHO first so it is out of sequence I actually shot 15 photos on my camera of it arriving on continuous shooting & A1 servo as well as zooming in & out
5 Jun 2008 11:27AM
Noisy, but it works!!!!

SPOTON 8 South Africa
11 Aug 2008 10:23AM
Hi Tony! Thanks for the compliments for Trawlers in Trouble! I love all your train pics, very interesting! Love, Mandi

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