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Date: 02/20/21 19:34
Silhouette News @ US hwy 24
Author: santafe199

This just in: === … === … === … === … === … (news bulletin fake sounds… ;^)

1. A unit grain empty, led by BNSF 6990 crosses US highway 24 NW of Miltonvale, KS just over 3 hours ago. (February 20, 2021). Last seen heading for Nebraska

Stay tuned for updates === ... === ... === ...
Lance Garrels
santafe199



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 02/20/21 19:37 by santafe199.




Date: 02/20/21 19:43
Re: Silhouette News @ US hwy 24
Author: rgzfan

That's some exhaust plume. I hope they get that fixed asap.



Date: 02/20/21 22:05
Re: Silhouette News @ US hwy 24
Author: Ritzville

Nice with the train, crossing gates and the pink clouds.

Larry



Date: 02/21/21 04:35
Re: Silhouette News @ US hwy 24
Author: atsfer

Nice silhouette shot, something I have not tried to do yet with digital...did it a lot with slide film though.   Went over that crossing many times, was very dangerous even with the lights, had near misses and almost saw a bad wreck because one car was stopped at the crossing and a car coming from behind him did not see him or the crossing lights.    Glad you are getting out and about, the deep freeze is over for now at least.



Date: 02/21/21 07:56
Re: Silhouette News @ US hwy 24
Author: santafe199

atsfer Wrote: > ... something I have not tried to do yet with digital ...

AH SO, yung glasshoppuh... Confucius say (and everybody else on planet say) digital be SO much easier for silhouette than slide film! As Italian chef friend Guido Alto-belly always say: "Provalo, ti piacerà"

Lanzo Garelli (occasional maker of spaghetti... ;^)

 



Date: 02/21/21 09:53
Re: Silhouette News @ US hwy 24
Author: texchief1

Nice shot, Lance!

RC Lundgren



Date: 02/21/21 15:28
Re: Silhouette News @ US hwy 24
Author: ns1000

Nice pic!!



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