NS Wabash heritage unit 1070 heads thru highland cut near Homewood, PA with NS train 16N during a snow storm. For a history on the cannonball run and why its linked to the Wabash railroad, see here! Its much too much for me to write here. [link]
Your Photograph on this is stunning. the Impact of this i give 5 stars as well as the vision of it as well it literallery looks like its in 3D and excelles in technique.As well as most of your works have been the picture itsself is breakthtaking,definantly a place I'd want to travel to in this locomotive your Origionality on this I give a 4.5 and is an excellent choice to have critique requested. I love how beutiful the scene is and how well photographed it is during the time of year Excellent Work I hope to see other posts of yours real soon!
The indomitable spirit of man, struggling through life no matter what hardships have to be faced. A couple of hardy souls braving the cold, trusting the skill of the track and engine maintenance crews to ensure they can make it through the hazardous conditions to their destination without incident. Also, the photographer's personal statement of commitment to their craft - anyone can go down to the tracks and snap a shot of a train on a nice day, but to head out, bundled against the elements, shielding delicate equipment against cold and damp - that takes a love of the subject and desire to share an artistic viewpoint with others that is hard to beat.
Nicely done sir! I have seen (and taken myself) some cool pics of Amtrak trains and whatnot, but this one is amazing! Great work-I love the snow-it adds a really interesting texture to it-I don't know how to describe it!
Aah~! This looks so awesome! Something about the train and the lighting and the perfect powdery snow. I love it! You took it at the perfect time, coming around the track. This picture makes me want to be there, even though I hate the snow.