Old 12-21-2020, 07:48 PM   #1
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https://www.railpictures.net/viewrej...67&key=7410783

Holiday's wishes for the forum members.
Everyone take care.

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Old 12-21-2020, 10:47 PM   #2
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Wind, or camera jiggle? Looks like there is some slight movement with many of the lights.
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Old 12-21-2020, 11:06 PM   #3
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Wind, or camera jiggle? Looks like there is some slight movement with many of the lights.
1/200th at 24mm thought that was good? Not as bright as looks. Am old but no tremors yet.

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Old 12-22-2020, 05:53 PM   #4
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Looks like a soft corner due to the lens quality or the wide angle wide f-stop used.

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Old 12-22-2020, 06:13 PM   #5
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Looks like a soft corner due to the lens quality or the wide angle wide f-stop used.

Hope you have a great ___________________ (insert your holiday there for the sake of PC).

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Yes, I hate those soft corners! or the not so sharp holiday lights or whatever(hate that term but also love to use it in the right places).

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Old 12-22-2020, 06:17 PM   #6
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Hope you have a great ___________________ (insert your holiday there for the sake of PC).

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No disrespect meant Lloyd but
Personally, I'm well beyond fed up with the PC crap and the last time I checked, this is still America, land of the FREE, so I will just say it...
Have a blessed and Merry CHRISTmas everyone!

(and I left "the land of the free" right there for the sake of NOT dragging politics into the forum)
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Old 12-22-2020, 06:20 PM   #7
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https://www.railpictures.net/viewrej...67&key=7410783

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I love all the shots with Christmas lights in them and thanks for sharing this one.
Has anyone started an album related to Christmas/lights and trains?
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Old 12-22-2020, 06:22 PM   #8
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No disrespect meant Lloyd but
Personally, I'm well beyond fed up with the PC crap and the last time I checked, this is still America, land of the FREE, so I will just say it...
Have a blessed and Merry CHRISTmas everyone!

(and I left "the land of the free" right there for the sake of NOT dragging politics into the forum)
I think Lloyd was ??? since I started out with the Holiday post. Merry Christmas also.

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Old 12-22-2020, 09:54 PM   #9
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Some of y'all need to calm down a bit. Happy holidays has been a common greeting for decades, long before "PC culture" became a thing. Christmas is still (and will always be) the de facto holiday of the season. Nothing to get worked up about. FWIW, I went to a high school where about 25% of the students were Jewish, and it hasn't intruded on my Christmas experience.

As for the photo, the trees on the right are visibly out of focus, that's probably what the screeners were looking at. It does look a bit soft overall but still a nice scene.

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No disrespect meant Lloyd but
Personally, I'm well beyond fed up with the PC crap and the last time I checked, this is still America, land of the FREE, so I will just say it...
Have a blessed and Merry CHRISTmas everyone!

(and I left "the land of the free" right there for the sake of NOT dragging politics into the forum)
I was joking with Bob. Happy Kwanzaa. LOL

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Just a followup since nothing happening and to move away from another thread.

Replies were interesting, maybe this and maybe that but nothing really to confirm rejection. But in posting elsewhere was just OK so apparently less appealing than I thought.

Rejection, Just as well. One of those situations I guess where it is hard to separate from the moment. Nice evening, quiet, pretty park, train and horn heard in the distance etc.

I thought I'd throw this one out, didn't think too much of it but seems to have good acceptance of c,ourse wouldn't try here.

EB at Seward, IL after a run on old IC, there have several posts here.

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Oh, Merry Christmas Loyd (in Russia and many Orthodox countries).
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I thought I'd throw this one out, didn't think too much of it but seems to have good acceptance of c,ourse wouldn't try here.

EB at Seward, IL after a run on old IC, there have several posts here.

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Oh, Merry Christmas Loyd (in Russia and many Orthodox countries).
After a dose of sharpening, I like the Seward shot a lot!

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Too bad about those footprints in the snow.
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Too bad about those footprints in the snow.
Yea, not mine, a short cut from the gas station. If I were that serious about it.... but then I didn't clean up the trash either.

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