Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Well That was a Resounding Success...

Okay, so much for commentary. I will stick with pictures.

Why is it that railroads like to put locomotives where you can't see them? These GP-38's were hiding behind a long string of tank cars in Algiers (New Orleans), Louisiana. I used a wide angle lens to shoot between the tank cars. I used the cars as a frame, with one of the twin Mississippi River bridges above. What a neat place.

Have a great Easter week.

1 comment:

Mark said...

Neat perspective. Definitely benefits from clicking to enlarge.

I'm still blown away every time I see that banner shot of that old castle.

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Coincidence?