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Date: 01/12/21 00:08
My year in review (photos)
Author: mfmalk

Follow the link below to a recap of my 2020 images. Challenged by staying healthy and safe during the pandemic, I was still able to pursue my hobby of photography. The gallery is organized chronologically, starting in January and ending with December.

The majority of my time was spent at the East Broad Top, where I continue to collaborate with the Foundation and Friends organizations to photographically document the restoration, maintenance, and rebirth of the railroad.


Link to Photos

Date: 01/12/21 07:31
Re: My year in review (photos)
Author: flyingfred

Very well done!!!


Date: 01/12/21 07:45
Re: My year in review (photos)
Author: Mudrock

Excellent set of photographs,


Date: 01/12/21 08:05
Re: My year in review (photos)
Author: Arved

Nice work! Although not a steam image, I especially like the photos of SP SW900E 1195 at Niles Canyon. The shadow of the V&T train was also a unique presentation (in a good way!). Keep up the good work!

Arved Grass
Fleming Island, FL
Arved Grass

Date: 01/12/21 12:17
Re: My year in review (photos)
Author: nycman

I always look forward to viewing your photos Matthew.  You are a real artist.

Date: 01/12/21 16:38
Re: My year in review (photos)
Author: jbwest

Lots of inspiration for the rest of us!


Date: 01/13/21 00:04
Re: My year in review (photos)
Author: Odyssey

Thank you for sharing your creativity and photographic
talents.  A beautiful set of images ....

Much Appreciated --

Evergreen, CO

Date: 01/13/21 02:13
Re: My year in review (photos)
Author: mfmalk

Thank you for the compliments!

It was difficult to be and remain inspired, especially through the grueling lockdown months of the pandemic. The game changed this past year, hopefully things will somewhat return to normal soon.

Stay well,

Date: 01/14/21 15:33
Re: My year in review (photos)
Author: ns1000

GREAT pics!!  Thanks for posting.

I wish that I had the time to capture half of what you did.....

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