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Date: 05/22/20 17:20
Low Light? Mere seconds 'til NO Light!
Author: santafe199

the title says it all.

1. BNSF 4189 westbound approaching Contour Rd west of Lebo, KS through 300mm of tele-boomer glass @ 6:11 PM on December 21, 2012.

It’s all in the timing, Don…
Lance Garrels
santafe199




Date: 05/22/20 17:40
Re: Low Light? Mere seconds 'til NO Light!
Author: Ritzville

That's quite the firery picture!

Larry



Date: 05/22/20 18:03
Re: Low Light? Mere seconds 'til NO Light!
Author: jtwlunch

Quite interesting, Don gets up in the dark to get early bird shots and Lance sleeps in to get sun's going away quickly shots.  Glad we have both light spectrums covered.  The rest of us get stuck with verticle light and wrong side shadow shots....



Date: 05/22/20 18:23
Re: Low Light? Mere seconds 'til NO Light!
Author: perklocal

What a dramatic shot !  Looks like the engineer was doing his best to hide behind the visor hoping the sun would set.



Date: 05/22/20 20:51
Re: Low Light? Mere seconds 'til NO Light!
Author: DonWinslow

In the first light and last light of the day ya gotta be quick on the trigger.. Good shot here.

Don Winslow
Glendora, CA
http://www.donwinslow.net/Railroads



Date: 05/23/20 04:58
Re: Low Light? Mere seconds 'til NO Light!
Author: texchief1

That is a beauty!

Randy Lundgren



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