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Under Pressure

By chase
Another from Grosmont....and my archives.
From memory this was taken on the footplate of one of the trains waiting for steam.

Taken in daylight, 3 frames merged to HDR
I wish the oil can were mine.

Thanks for dropping by.
Constructive critique and mods welcome.
Janet xx

Tags: General Railway Train Steam Hdr Grosmont Oil can Levers Dials

Voters: Richsr, bliba, PhilT2 and 34 more


26 Sep 2019 9:43AM
Excellent composition,

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BobinAus Plus
4 2 10 Australia
26 Sep 2019 11:08AM
I like these subtle HDR pictures very much. And in this particular case I think the bright colours of the oil can, levers, ducts, gauges etc look great in front of the dark boiler.
clicknimagine Plus
10 604 98 India
26 Sep 2019 1:05PM
You are a master of processing HDR...
capto Plus
7 6.0k 15 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2019 1:18PM
A wonderful scene from yesteryear.Smile
pascalg Plus
12 37 France
26 Sep 2019 5:02PM
ssuperb colours and processing...!
bricurtis Plus
14 2.3k 50 England
26 Sep 2019 8:41PM
Good frame choice Janet - I like the way the pipes dissect the image - great clarity in all areas.
davyskid 3 2 Scotland
26 Sep 2019 9:07PM
Excellent shot and procesing Janet
26 Sep 2019 9:37PM
When you see an image and say to your self, I wish that was mine, you know it is a good one. Love it, HDR well handled.
Pete 👏
dudler Plus
16 1.0k 1575 England
26 Sep 2019 10:22PM
I love the way that you've used HDR for the precise detail that any engineer will love.

I must show you the oilcan I gave my son some time...
chase Plus
14 1.4k 295 England
27 Sep 2019 6:01AM
Thanks everyone.
Pete and John, lovely to have your User Awards, thank you.

Quote:I must show you the oilcan I gave my son some time...

Hmm don't know about that John, I would only get upset coz it's not mine Wink
I am searching for a small one that I know my Dad used to use when I was little. A dome shape with a spout from the middle and when you press it underneath ( that's what makes the oil come out ) it clicks, can I find one........not yet Sad
Janet xx

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