Early Morning Train

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  1. cosmonaut

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    ohhh I love the fog. Such a beautiful picture :D
     
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    nice picture. how do you properly expose the fog without OE the subject?
     
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    That's some good symmetry there
     
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    I like this photo. The fog makes it exceptional.
     
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    Oh, it is nice how this stretch of fog interrupts what would otherwise have been some true "playing-cards-symmetry" ... very nice. Looks like you were up and about REALLY early ... what with summer approaching, the sun sure rises EARLY! ;)
     
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    The camera just metered it this way. Theanks for the comment
     
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    When my wife is off of work, she works 3rd. I get out early. This was about 6:30am.
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    I love this one..the only thing I'd have done differently is to take the photo earlier when the engine(s) moved through..if the train was going left to right anyway.
     
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    I was actually taking a picture of something else, behind camera, when I heard the train coming. Before I could get my tripod set the engine went by. It's about two cars into the trees. But the train was very short and this is one of the only shots I got before it was gone. I agree the engine would be the icing on the cake.
     

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