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Locomotive View Havana

Locomotive View Havana


Ureka ~ went around the block and found a space where the fence was sagging enough and the ground a bit higher - just had to crop a bit at the bottom here.... the graphics of the buildings combined those wonderful old engines were very exciting. Do I sound like a girl - lol! Seriously, if I could have somehow gotten into that space, that would have been the whole day of shooting.

Nikon D800
1/160s f/9.0 at 35.0mm iso100 full exif

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XiaoBernard9925-Mar-2013 07:40
As a big toy...A great sensation of happiness ,that indicates a happiness of the well done work.
an nguyen22-Jan-2013 03:25
Great .
janescottcumming16-Jan-2013 01:41
Impressive! V
Alain Boussac14-Jan-2013 06:30
Fantastic and superbly taken. V.
Barbara Read and Fred Schaad13-Jan-2013 23:11
It looks like the person with the dream has been successful. Terrific shot of this beautifully restored locomotive. Voted
Fong Lam13-Jan-2013 15:19
Fantastic capture, the colors and details are excellent...V
Gary A. Rich (GRainelev)13-Jan-2013 14:45
This is a fantastic image. I really like the colors. It shows what the railroading was really like a few years, ago. Cuba was mecca for steam engines that were still working about 20 years, ago. Well done. V.
Gérard Koehl13-Jan-2013 07:53
Cette machine à vapeur est magnifique. V
Glenn Dean (Vatorman)13-Jan-2013 04:04
Fantastic glimpse of some worthy subjects - well presented against the aged backdrop; (thanks for the persistence). BZ-V!
Walter O. Koenig13-Jan-2013 01:00
A wonderful restoration, though woefully short of rail, another testament of the state of things in Havana which is also echoed by the buildings in the background. "V"
John Reynolds12-Jan-2013 21:31
A great find. V.
Dan Greenberg12-Jan-2013 21:29
I think you pretty much nailed the shot even without having had the freedom to make a lot of POV changes. Wonderful everything! ~BV~
globalgadabout12-Jan-2013 20:13
bravo Carol for persistence and solid skills...the buildings are a great backdrop, and their worn condition makes a notable contrast with the beautifully restored engine and coal car..wonderful, evocative image...BV
mart s12-Jan-2013 20:08
very nice image ..v
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