Fall on the Tracks

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  1. invisible

    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Taken a couple of months ago, before the white stuff covered everything.

    Thanks for looking.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Ouch!
    You fell over on the tracks?
    And then the train came??? :shock:

    ;) ;) ;)

    I take it you got rid of too much sky here?
    And what would the same track look like now, with all the "white stuff" on it? Can you still find it at all?
     
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    The train was approaching right behind me, which is why the photo looks sort of rushed :)

    It was hazy and the sun was very bright that day (plus I don't have a filter!). The sky turned out washed out, bright and boring (which I found to be a distraction), so I decided to chop some of it in PP.

    Haven't been brave enough to go out and shoot this winter so far (it gets reaaally cold where I live). I need a pair of gloves thick enough to prevent frostbite, but thin enough to let me use the camera controls :lol:
     
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