Two of my fave shots from this weekend.

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  1. ThatCameraThingy

    ThatCameraThingy TPF Noob!

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    We went back to Cape point this weekend. On the way we bumped into this one.

    I had to race ahead - grab camera and had about 30 secs to cross the tracks before it was there.


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    Then I found this house at the Cape point Nature reserve.


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    Hanno
     
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    Holy moly.. both are great photos, but the first one is really cool. Excellent shot.!!!!
     
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    Thanks Chiller

    The weather was really cr@p so I had to work hard in PS to make it look better

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    The train shot is particularly nice - it does look a little photoshopped, which gives it a technicolour feel, but it works.
     
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    Thank you OBrien

    It was a cloudy overcast day. But you see a steam train so rarely these days that I just had to get the shot.

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    Very good shots. Like the way you composed them. The first is my favourite, catching the train was quite an accomplishment, and framing it so well with so little time is another. Very good grab and well done.
     

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