rail road tracks

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  1. den9

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    let me know what i can to improve, and if u like it or not

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    Nice shot....I like it.
     
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    I really like it
     
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    i cant tell if its centered up perfect, im thinking about printing it and putting it on my wall
     
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    Very nice
     
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    I think it's perfect the way it is. Nice shot.
     
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    nice picture!! glad you didn't show anything of your foot prints in your photo! was wondering if the rail is still being used....and if they are another more shot(s) would look good with the train coming in winter or spring/summer! anyhow....good picture.
     
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    they rarely use the rail, not for commercial purposes atleast, they use it for sight seeing in the fall as far as i know. it was right off the road in a suburban area that isnt developed much, alot of farm lands. it was nice because i didnt have to more than 30 feet off the road and there was plenty of woods on each side without any thick brush u would see on commercial lines.
     
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    I like it for the lines. There are converging lines in the tracks, vertical lines in the trees, and diagonal lines in the shadows. Cool shot!
     
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    Nice photo!
     
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    Great shot, well done.
     

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