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gangandi heim, hvar sem žaš kann aš vera

By AlexandraSD    
Armed with my 100 meters wireless trigger, with a fresh set of newly charged batteries, it is easy to walk to far from the camera, and having it set to a wide angle only emphasises the distance between me and lens, so i had to crop this one quite a bit or i would have been lost in the landscape, which some might say would be a good thing Smile

I will add, these lines do not run in the evening, so it was completely safe to do this, its a tourist attraction, not a fully functioning commuter line, so risk of serious injury was quite minimal, and after i did a quick risk assessment, i concluded that there was a 5% chance of injury.

That 5% was down to my footwear though, not the location Wink

Tags: Beauty Fashion Train tracks Portraits and people Transgender Nene valley railway line Orton mere

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Lowestoftis 6 33 3
16 Sep 2012 2:51PM
Love the way your photographs have an almost cinematic feel to them. Well done again, but be careful on those train lines.

Gary

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