Old 12-15-2006, 10:54 PM   #1
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Default Martin Burwash Vs. Ray Lewis

In the southwest corner, we have Ray Lewis, weighing in with Donner Pass and all the might of the Union Pacific.

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In the northwest corner, we have Martin Burwash, coming into this game with Stevens Pass moderns & classics featuring the powerful BN and BNSF Railroads.

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Who will win this "fight" of AMAZING winter shots from their region? I think we're all winning this one. Man, those twn gents give me my fill of winter shots. Martin, Ray, and the rest of RP.net, lets keep winter coming!
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"We'll help you spread you wings and fly right into a siding!"

TRAINS TRAINS TRAINS!!! May the fun never end!
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Old 12-16-2006, 04:29 AM   #2
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Well I think both myself and Martin will admit its not a competition as we see it. It is nice to see Mr. Burwash here on RP.net- Im sure everyone knows by now I love the snow shots. Additionally, modestly speaking, I never really like to compare my photos to those whom have accomplished so much, like Martin or Mr. Dorn. I bet I surprised you (Martin) with a few B&W's! When I had two film cameras, I kept one loaded with color slides, and the other with B&W when I was shooting in the snow. But thanks to all those whom have posted some nice comments.
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