Antique Toy Trains

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  1. d70girl

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    I took these shots at a historic home in Hickory, NC. I like the first three, but I'm not as happy with the fourth one. It would be much better with a more shallow depth of field. But it was against the back wall and I was kinda afraid to touch these since they're antiques from the 1800's.

    Enjoy! Comments and criticism welcome!

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    AHHHHHH they are derailed...=) really cute shots... =)
     
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    I absolutely love the first one..the rest have their charm in them, because of the trains themselves, but that first one has that little extra bit special
     
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    How cute! Wonderful Dof work.

    We just had a special event here this summer. They actually pulled out an old train from the 19th century and put it in traffic on a one-day operation.
     

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