Which way to Go?

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Jello, Mar 4, 2006.

  1. Jello

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    Decisions, Decisions, North or South?

    Hope you like

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  2. Boon

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    great idea jello, and nicely captured, but i feel when taking these sort of photos, there should be an end focal point.
    This would have been magic if there had been a signal or signalbox at the end of the lines.
     
  3. Jello

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    :) Thanks, Boon

    I'll go see if i can find a train yard.
    That's why macawlvr and I like it here. People like you help us newbies learn.

    Thanks to all who help us learn!!!!!
     
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    Nice ones ....

    Railway ones always get me interested.

    CAUTION: Standing, photographing, playing near railways lines is dangerous.

    Ok so thats the railwayman in me sedated. ;)

    #2 is the better one of the two. There is a longer line before the curve. drawing you into the photo for longer.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Lensmeister.
     
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    Very good Jello ! Keep snappin man !
     
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    Thanks all.. :) all the comments and feedback is helpful.
     

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