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Heart Attack

Heart Attack

This drift was 80ft long up to 10ft tall across the tracks. I arrived 5 minutes before the train, changed (snow suit) and tried to run to the end of the drift.
After falling in the ditch up to my waist, managing to free myself and run to the spot, I thought I was going to have a heart attack!

This is a gif - forgive the shaking - still out of breath!

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PJ 30-Jan-2014 01:47
GP Merfeld16-Apr-2012 01:23
Your hard work and dedication resulted in another amazing, one-of-a-kind shot. Congratulations!
mojoflowerchick23-Oct-2010 22:24
LOVE it... i woulda had one..
malcolm haslam03-Mar-2010 18:55
This really is awsome...and amazing. Sterling work.
NITROIMAGE01-Mar-2010 23:27
Amazing as always... you must not have any fear!!
Walter O. Koenig01-Mar-2010 03:57
Amazing stuff Brad. "V"
Steve Hiscock01-Mar-2010 01:11
I wish we had snow drifts like that :) Great effort and great shot!
Steve Nelson28-Feb-2010 22:51
Sweet! A follow up to your other snow shot, which is a favorite too.
Nicely done Brad!
bill friedlander28-Feb-2010 15:55
Amazing shot. Its a wonder the train made it through. How fast was it going? V
Stan Wojick28-Feb-2010 15:00
Great shot Brad - finally some decent snow this winter
Bill McMullen28-Feb-2010 02:03
Now this is awesome!! I hope you have caught your breath now ;) V.
Barbara Read and Fred Schaad27-Feb-2010 18:48
Great effort and results! Voted
vatorman27-Feb-2010 00:11
Cool…I'd like to be near the main tracks myself to experience the waist deep snow too.
B. Shortall - BCS Photography27-Feb-2010 00:02
All good things come to those who wait! Awesome buddy!!!
Hank Vander Velde26-Feb-2010 23:48
WOW! Brad. That's some shot and some effort to get it. Great job.
Mike Stobbs26-Feb-2010 22:26
Super cool...braVo...Mike
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