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Summer Bridge and Train Photos

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by Fred G, Aug 30, 2008.

  1. I like bridges and I like trains :smile:

    All taken with my D200, various lenses. Exif data is intact.

    Bear Mountain Bridge, Hudson River, NY
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    18-200 VR

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    70-200 f2.8 VR

    Moodna Viaduct, near Cornwall, NJ
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    Sigma 10-20

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    Tamron 17-50 f2.8

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    70-200 f2.8 VR

    Comments are appreciated and thanks for looking!
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Aug 30, 2008
  2. Hey Fred

    Love the sky in pic #3, that blue really pops. Is this shot just with a polarizer???

    Cheers

    Ted:smile:
     
  3. These are beautiful! Good job!
     
  4. Wonderful captures ........... nicely done.

    Best,
     
  5. Hi Ted! I didn't use a polarizer but a ND grad IIRC. I know I shot it a tad underexposed too.

    Thanks RockACello :smile:

    Thanks, Bob :smile:
     
  6. McQ

    McQ Just your average, everyday moderator. Moderator

    Great photos, and really nice compositions and color! Capturing #3, 4, and 5 - the same part of the trestle - from different vantage points, was really a good idea. How long did you have to wait for each subsequent train to pass by?
     
  7. pr549f2678

    pr549f2678

    Jun 26, 2007
    central Fl
    Very nice series, I love trains also, love the landscape also
    Thanks for sharing.

    Phil.............:smile:
     
  8. Thanks, Glenn. It's not a busy branch, so I photographed one train, grabbed breakfast and returned an hour later for the second one. After that I left to chase trains in a busier location.

    Thanks, Phil!
     
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