Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by jcdeboever, Aug 8, 2020.
Great Set JC. This would have been a fun way to spend the day.
It was, even though it rained a little. Perfect covid relief. My friend in the engineering hat, invited me. I had the wrong lens 70-300 but I worked it out. My 24-85 or 35f2 would have been better. There was a tractor show today but I am not pushing it, there will be a lot of people there.
Nice record of history replayed.
Seems there is no visible exhaust from the firebox stack. Has there been a conversion to diesel or kerosene or something convenient for heating the boiler?
Nice set of images.Reminds me of Oregon's "Antique Powerland" summer festival.
Thanks, no, just one of those days.
Thanks. I brought the wrong lens, I thought it was a plow day as I got it confused with another invite. Shot with a D610 and 70-300VR. Used my Kodachrome and TriX presets. I was trying to capture motion in most of the images. It at least made me social distance!
Nice set, very interesting. There's a lot to be said for steam power.
These are great. It looks like a family affair. I especially like the motion blur in the B&W image.
Really nice set. And look at those exposed belts and pulleys - no health and safety rules when it was built.
Thanks. Good common sense ruled in those days. Believe it or not, those steam engines have to pass comprehensive safety inspections.
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