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MandsH 9 England
24 Mar 2008 11:09PM
Excellent shot
mandy

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TyChee Plus
11 275 1 United States
24 Mar 2008 11:43PM
Awesome steam shot!
Ty
taggart Plus
12 46 13 United States
25 Mar 2008 12:43AM
Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jennn
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
25 Mar 2008 5:58AM
Great one, Bev. Carol
TonyFrith 9 3 6 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2008 6:39AM
If you do the building straight the train looks wonky & vice versa this looks right as they wont build buildings wonky on purpose
Tony
Chrism8 9 806 16 England
25 Mar 2008 6:46AM
Excellent shot, I'd have taken a tighter crop around the train and removed the problem.

Chris
goso 10 2 1 Australia
25 Mar 2008 7:16AM
Great steam loco shot..........Bill
MrsS 9 4.5k 18 England
25 Mar 2008 8:48AM
Might've been tempted to lose the lampost, but these trainy things have a bad habit of going round corners Wink

Off to grosmont for the Gala weekend on friday, can't wait! Smile

Fran x
rmr 9 1 Wales
25 Mar 2008 9:09AM
looks good to me ,well taken
mark
casson 10 3 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2008 9:43AM
Looks fine to me well captured
john
mars 8 England
25 Mar 2008 4:54PM
Great close up capture Bev...love the red & black engine.
Margaret.
25 Mar 2008 6:13PM
Love the capture of the shots of steam from the sides of the engine
Glynnis
WelshKiwi 8 3.2k 2 Wales
25 Mar 2008 6:26PM
YES BEV IS BACK with the trains Smile

Just as good as ever Bev and I like the wonkiness.

Its pin sharp and I love the square format.

Missed you Smile

Lee Smile
25 Mar 2008 6:41PM
Cracking shot Bev
pamelajean Plus
10 964 1824 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2008 7:18PM
It's such a great image, Bev. I'd use the straighten tool, which is just a line, vertical or horiuzontal, press ok and if it's no good, try again. It's very useful, especially when you have more than one straight/wonky line.
Edit: I tried that, unsuccessfully. Then I used the perspective tool and got the lamp and train straight, but not the pole. Better, though.
25 Mar 2008 8:51PM
straight or not, great colours & smoke capture...
25 Apr 2008 7:00PM
Nice shot look ok as is to me like the train is banking into the station.

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