Unintentional, but quite acceptable

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While waiting for a train climbing the hilly terrain west of Pittsburgh, Pa., another train decided to slide into the frame in the opposite direction. What's a photographer to do?

The F-5's fast focusing locked the AF 80-200mm f2.8 ED-IF-D onto the closest train, the shutter fired and we are presented with this unintentional bit of "bokeh".

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Photo taken @ Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
 
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I like it, but have a question about the grain. Is this an artifact of the wrong ISO, or intentional processing?
 
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Never once do i have an accident that turns out this nice. Khara is truly a B@*#h
 
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