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I've spent the best part of the evening trying to get a better edit of a previous posting of this (here). You all wanted to see more room at the top of the image. Well, I've added some more space but I don't know if it's enough. If not, I'm not doing any more editing on it; I will try to get right in the camera next time.
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Filename:IMG_6456-20131012-copy.jpg
Album name:alanuk / Four Corners, USA
Keywords:Colorado Durango & Silverton Railroad October 2013 USA Hermose 486 Baldwin
Editing Performed:Some smoke from a different image.
ISO:200
File Size:245 KB
Date added:Oct 23, 2013
Dimensions:900 x 689 pixels
Displayed:33 times
Date Time:2013-10-23T21:30:23+01:00
DateTime Original:2013:10:12 08:52:48
DateTime digitized:2013:10:12 08:52:48
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JOHN  [Oct 24, 2013 at 10:06 AM]
Well done Alan that's much better, I think we all thought that the top was a bit tight.
Not an easy photo to take because there was no second chance as there might have been had the train been stationary. Nice one thanks.
George  [Oct 24, 2013 at 07:43 PM]
Better be careful what I say here as I sense a safety valve about to lift
Had I not known of your edit I would have been hard pushed and super critical to spot the extra space you've added.
Well done that Man for spending such a long time to please little old us
Much better, thanks again.
Silversnapper  [Oct 25, 2013 at 02:08 PM]
Hmm, I'm torn between the two here Alan! On the one hand I like the added space but on the other I prefer the slightly larger view of the engine!! I'll just have to like them equally.
Merlynn  [Oct 25, 2013 at 09:13 PM]
Im with Keith on this, like em both, but then I am a sucker for these great steam monsters, great choice of pov to get the loco and dramatic clouds of belching steam against a clear blue sky background, full marks for a timely press of the shutter button, a great shot!, well done Sir, luv it!.
Beermonsta  [Oct 26, 2013 at 07:06 PM]
Like the previous upload I think it is excellent with great detail, colours and POV. It is very difficult to choose between them, both excellent images.
AlanJohnPhoto  [Nov 03, 2013 at 12:54 PM]
I think that the new version is better. I like the space around the loco. Lovely sharp image and well controlled exposure.