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Snow Plower, Don't Stay On Its Way !
Konica-Minolta DiMAGE A200
2s f/5.6 at 8.4mm iso50
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You see, John, here where we live in different hemisphere and walking up side down, so everything is different. Local trains can penetrate the hills of snow, but tend to go off railtracks rather in summer time for some unknown reason...
Deepest snow we ever get, wont cover the rails.
And yet all our trains come to a standstill after a dozen flakes of snow have fallen.
Gentlemen, after careful consideration of your insightful remarks and philosophic thoughts about bloody derailed train which you converted in to goblin crusher, I may suggest that you could experience some nostalgy for 1321 and 1666 forsaken grounds ?! If so, please, advise me accordingly and I shall continue a venture in ever growing realms of those, which were abandoned by me quite some time ago...
Michael's so right. Using this for snow, is that the best lie they could come up with? This device was used on the "Train of Consequences" while it was in service a long time ago. The razor sharp blades cut their way through the hordes of zombies and goblins trying to stop the train as it rushed its way through the landscape during the hot summer nights in the area. The train was only used between the months of May and August, because that's the safest time to travel through this area. This music video is based on the notes of a traveller's diary, and during these 3.5 minutes we only get a small hint on the things he saw on his trip...
"My thinking is derailed
I'm tied up to the tracks
The train of consequences
There ain't no turning back"
Another one of those supernatural devices from 1321, found behind the walls of the meat processing area. No doubt, these super, high precision blades have been painted over to hide its most bloody past. Give it a new bright color, and contrast it in ways that would detract from its dubious past. Sure... use it for snow.... bloody snow. Oy. Michael.
ummm...nope....wouldn't think about it...nice shot of this monster mechanism Eldar...V