Hello, I stumbled over pictures I've taken in a former marshalling yard in Berlin earlier this year. It's astonishing how much such a place can change in relatively short time. This is what the marshalling yard looked in the 30's. The picture was taken from a water tower you'll see later: NIKON D300    ---    38mm    f/5.6    1/125s    ISO 450 This is the water tower. The marshalling yard was used until sometime in the 50's. Doesn't look like a marshalling yard anymore... The area is a nature preserve now with tons of photo opportunies. All the rails, turnouts, ramps and other stuff is still there and gives a very interesting scenery: (ok, this looks more like a recent addition :smile NIKON D300    ---    55mm    f/2.8    1/1000s    ISO 200 NIKON D300    ---    17mm    f/8.0    1/125s    ISO 220 NIKON D300    ---    26mm    f/8.0    1/125s    ISO 320 NIKON D300    ---    17mm    f/8.0    1/125s    ISO 450 This looks as if it has a face :smile: NIKON D300    ---    38mm    f/6.3    1/125s    ISO 360 I found it impressive how a tree can lift such heavy rails: I was pleasantly surprised to run into a big steam engine. I didn't had a clue there was one standing in that area! Into the woods: Some of these pictures were made of several exposures to increase dynamic range. I used the tool "enfuse" the first time for this purpose as a test. Works fast and gives realistic results. However it doesn't preserve highlights as much as it could given the bracketed exposures, at least in detault configuration. I need to do some further testing to figure out. Thanks for looking.