Fall on the rails

  • Tuesday, November 16, 2010
  • Chad
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  • This bridge was made in 1887 in Ogden.

    9 comments:

    What Karen Sees said...

    This is a great image, and I love your perspective here Chad. I'm drawn right down those tracks into the center of the image. Looks like you are having some fun with HDR. Did you use a tripod on this one? Maybe it's the neutral colors and tones, but this seems a bit soft on my monitor.

    What Karen Sees said...

    P.S. I like your new 'avatar' ????, (is that what our little postage stamp photos are called?), but without seeing your face, if we ever cross paths, how will I know it's you??

    Lisa said...

    I love this Chad. It takes me right down the line. Great work and I to like your new SP.
    Have a great day.

    Scott Law said...

    This is a winner. Seriously, I really like it. I think it's probably my favorite of your HDR posts so far.

    Anonymous said...

    This is awesome!

    Dagmar Fleuren said...

    Hi there fellow,,, I'll keep forget to let you know how awsome I think you look in the photo with your hat backwords on...love it.

    About this post....it's amazing what a beauty you can create with HDR I MUST get into things...just TIME....grrrr.
    Well have a beautiful day my friend.
    Hugs Dagmar
    oh ps I'm gladd I got you into the mood about the cold freezing fall photografie again. ;-)

    joey said...

    Awesome autumn photo, Chad.

    Unknown said...

    Eine nicht enden wollende Tiefe!
    Super Schuss
    LG Hanspi

    Jeanne Frances Klaver said...

    Super perspective. I need a journey--thanks for sharing.

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