Wonderful composition. Your photography has developed so much in the last couple of years and the new larger blog format shows it off so well.
Great! a fabulous feeling of strength!and even of beauty!
Love it too and Love your header as well, take care, Judyx
As you know, I love the old engines; like this shot, it's the kind I would have taken. Also, it's almost monochromatic, so I'll let you off for not using good old b&w film. Nice one.
Another great photo, Jenny! I am definitely going to be trying to track down those steam locomotives next I get to your country. They're beautiful! (and I do realize that the beauty we see in these photographs has a lot to do with the talent of the photographer!)BTW, we don't have a DSLR either, and I don't know what A4 means, but our raw photos are 2608 x 1952 pixel size and when I printed them out to poster size, they are all crystal clear. Amazing!
Top of the line. I think you went around polishing before the shutter clicked! Curious about your signature. I Imagine you have a sheet of transfers, and you iron one on each photo?
Extremely satisfying and beautiful!
M & H - Yes, I'm good at ironing!
Beautiful!!! These metal pieces polished to hell with so much love and they continue to work perfectly well after x dozens years... What a precious thing that is! ... and needless to say, I feel all that from your powerful photo. These almost white sharp vertical metal bars and round dark colour of the wheel together make wonderful dynamic contrast...
Jenny, this is a special composition. Great lines and circles, and silver against black.
I was going to say simple yet so beautiful.
Yes, I like them myself!
its a nice shot
Looks as though it's never been used - such dedication from the team of volunteers who are managing this marvellous station and old steam train!
Very striking! And so pristine looking too.
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