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Date: 07/06/20 20:11
Half-lit at Blue Cut...
Author: oyw

...no, I wasn't drinking! But I did visit Don Winslow's favorite curve near the Swarthout Road crossing in Cajon Pass early Saturday morning. Seconds after the first rays of sunlight peeked over the mountains, eastbound BNSF 7565 conviently appeared in my viewfinder. Like they say, "sometimes it's better to be lucky than good!"


Date: 07/06/20 20:20
Re: Half-lit at Blue Cut...
Author: DynamicBrake

Nice shot Bob.  Thanks to the light suckerhole, you lucked out on this one.  Thanks for sharing.

Kent in CArmel Valley

Date: 07/06/20 20:59
Re: Half-lit at Blue Cut...
Author: TheNavigator

Right place at the right time!  I like the "spotlight" effect on the lead unit.

Date: 07/06/20 22:01
Re: Half-lit at Blue Cut...
Author: Fiftyfooter

You must have been pretty buzzed on this one! Even sober!

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/06/20 22:01 by Fiftyfooter.

Date: 07/06/20 22:10
Re: Half-lit at Blue Cut...
Author: DonWinslow

Yup, you found the spot. Nice shot. That light doesn't stay there for very long so ya gotta hope for a train. I like that elevated spot you shot from. In the old days I got tons of shots from the little hill but due to health reasons now, I can't climb up there any more so I hafta settle for the track level stuff.  

Don Winslow
Glendora, CA

Date: 07/07/20 09:24
Re: Half-lit at Blue Cut...
Author: Ritzville

Very NICE shot!!


Date: 07/07/20 13:39
Re: Half-lit at Blue Cut...
Author: texchief1

Nice shot!

Randy Lundgren
Elgin, TX

Date: 07/07/20 14:17
Re: Half-lit at Blue Cut...
Author: santafe199

Great shot! And maybe you got away with a bit of a break! I’ve heard through the grapevine that Don charges by the pixel for use of his world-class photo location... :^)

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