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  1. fightheheathens

    fightheheathens TPF Noob!

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    i got inspired to take some pictures of the tracks by my dorm room along with some hungarian money i got when i was in hungry. Out of Kenyan money, Euros, Forints(hungarian) US money and Canadian money, the Forint was the only coin i could get to balance on the rails. and for future reference, the top of railroad tracks are curved...

    obviously not railroads, but it was near by and i liked it
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    the yellow fire hydrents of kalamazoo
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    light with setting sun.
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    red nail
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    into the distance
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    1 hungarian Forint
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    hungary is actually called Maygar(something i dont remember here) in Hungarian. its kinda like Deutschland being germany...
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    taken with my little point and shoot Canon A80 because i blew all my money developing film :lmao:...er :x
     
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    Amazing pictures! I love them all...
     
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    great detail, colour and angles. great photos!
     
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    The last four and top three :) are very cool :)

    Eric
     
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    Great photos. I like them all.
     
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    Very cool photos !
     
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    :biglaugh:
     
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    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Very cool pics!
     
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    very nice. like the last one mostest :p
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    They are ALL quite fascinating, what with the setting sun you had a chance to capture in all of these photos, basking them in that typical golden light - mostly the corrosion photo and the rails are so colourful with this light!

    What fascinates me most, though, is the reflection of the setting sun in that traffic light!

    But I also quite like the way you captured those rails and your idea of placing a coin onto the rails, and for that to be a Hungarian one gives it something extra even :D. (I find it very, very normal that Germany is called Deutschland in my language... :lol: ).

    And oh, are you and Skunkboy in the same place? He photographs buses out of order as of 5 p.m. - and in Kalamazoo, if I remember right!?!?!?
     
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    fightheheathens TPF Noob!

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    hmmmm maybe...kalamazoo bus's do stop at 5....


    i always find it wierd when a countries people call themselves one thing, but everyone else calls them something else.

    hungarians call their country Magyar but the rest of the world calls it some form of Hungary, why?

    Germans call themselves Deutsch, but the rest of the world calls them Germans...why dont we all just call them Deutsch?
     
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    It makes them feel like they're in a special club.
     

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