Follow The Curves!

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  1. Cyber Surfer

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    [​IMG]Both the river and the tracks lead your eyesight to a most pleasant sight near Lake Louise, Alberta. Taken today with a Canon 5D and 17-40mm F4.0 L lens.
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    Great shot....I'd still be standing there freezing my you know what off waiting for a train to come through...:)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh yes, a steam engine train puff-puffing its way along that rail would be ... marvellous! :D

    So there IS snow somewhere!
    And we get temps up into the 50s today ... on the last day of December! Springlike temps... tsk-tsk-tsk.

    Have I said how lovely this photo is?
    Have not?

    Uh-oh!
    It is beautiful, even without that steam engine train! :D
     
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    Nicely done, wish I could walk out the door and find these kinda views :)
     
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    Nice shot... looks chilly :mrgreen:
     
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    Beautiful shot.
     
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    Nice shot, follows the third rules nicely..... :)
     
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    Great shot!
     
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    Pretty shot; very nice composition.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing as the others. I might have checked with the railroad to see when something might be passing by. It is a beautiful place to be sure. Nice shot.
     
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    great stuff, just out of interest how good are the batteries in that kind of weather?
     
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    I have two batteries in my Battery Grip and so far I have not been let down. Even when cold, I have taken 300 or more pictures, and when I get home the batteries still have a half charge.

    Thanks everyone for all the comments! As far as the train goes, I would have to wait days for "The Royal Canadian" to pass, as it is the only converted steam engine that travels that mainline. All the others are deisel locomotives loaded with freight cars.

    I will keep trying though, and if I can catch the steam locomotive, I will retake the picture, especially for you!

    Have a Happy New-Year!
     

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