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Date: 06/26/20 23:37
Lighting.
Author: Utahfannz

Having enjoyed the banter from some of our Western Board members on the subject of low light, glint etc, I summit a couple from down under in New Zealand, obviously not being appropriate for the Western Board. in my 50 years on the road as a Locomotive Engineer I always had my camera with me, just in case!! 
Shot 1. The last rays of a setting sun catch the slopes of Active volcano Mt Ruapehu, near OiO.
Shot 2. The setting sun catches the nose of EMD and rainbow, of passing storm.
Shot 3..Sunrise lights up the side of "Ja"1250 a 4.8.2 as we prepare for the road.








Date: 06/27/20 02:59
Re: Lighting.
Author: RogersPass

Hi Utahfannz,
So where was the Photo of the EMD and Rainbow taken please??
Thats a Very nice photo..But the one with the snow on the  Mountains is just as great also.
Cheers Brian..

Utahfannz Wrote:
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> Having enjoyed the banter from some of our Western
> Board members on the subject of low light, glint
> etc, I summit a couple from down under in New
> Zealand, obviously not being appropriate for the
> Western Board. in my 50 years on the road as a
> Locomotive Engineer I always had my camera with
> me, just in case!! 
> Shot 1. The last rays of a setting sun catch the
> slopes of Active volcano Mt Ruapehu, near OiO.
> Shot 2. The setting sun catches the nose of EMD
> and rainbow, of passing storm.
> Shot 3..Sunrise lights up the side of "Ja"1250 a
> 4.8.2 as we prepare for the road.



Date: 06/27/20 13:24
Re: Lighting.
Author: Utahfannz

Hi Brian.
Shot of EMD was taken at a spot called Waharoa.
Cheers



Date: 06/27/20 15:35
Re: Lighting.
Author: zfan

Well done.  Great pics from down under!



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