- RSK (14753)
- [2008-02-12 20:09]
Title fits the image well John,will they bring this one back to life? Great detail I like the different levels of deteriation.TFS
- rewshearer (24649)
- [2008-02-13 0:38]
You know, if you hadn't mentioned a lack of sharpness, I wouldn't have noticed it. This looks great to me!
I share your fascination with old steam engines, and I love this detail. Good bokeh and metering. Well done!
- bluepianowaits (2596)
- [2008-02-13 1:49]
Actually the slight lack of sharpness works quite well on this, it makes it seem to almost be trying to blend in with the background, which I suppose, if left, it eventually will. Good colours and I like the crop too.
- mikolaj_cava (0)
- [2008-02-13 3:35]
Hello John! Wonderful objects. Amazing lightness and sharpness. Good colors. Very good capture. Mysterious effect. Good luck!
- eqshannon (1887)
- [2008-02-13 14:49]
Trains here even in the rust belt around the Great Lakes seem to have survived much better in dock...yet weathered or not it gives the image a real abstract appearance..Nice image John!
Hi John, some lovely rust there. I think i would have liked to see more of the train, especially the wheels just to give it some firm identity. I bet you could get some really interesting abstracts with all those rusty rivets. Nice shot.
- rewind (1139)
- [2008-02-18 9:25]
Nice textures and muted colours, shame to see it like this but I like the shot!
- magiqa (527)
- [2008-03-06 16:11]
Very interesting motif, beautiful in all its rustyness! Clear and sharp photo, and a good idea to choose such a motif! Well done!
Monica (the rustyness is something we have in common in our very tepid and rainy part of the world - I live in Sweden.)