Choo Choo by diomedes66 ()
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This is a recreation of a old west train station in 'Old Tucson.' I like old things, probably because I am an old thing :-)
Once again, Thank you all for taking your time to view my artistic scribblings. Your comments and suggestions are not only deeply appriciated but valued highly.
Image Comments (35)
hotracer2 () 7:12AM | Wed, 16 February 2005
Isn't amazing how we all like something old!!!great shot!!Bravo!!"V"
Zacko () 7:15AM | Wed, 16 February 2005
Perfect photo! Rich contrast, works absolutely perfect in B/W. Love the presentation as well....the clouds looks fuzzy and nice.
Gor111 () 7:32AM | Wed, 16 February 2005
That's a real brilliant B/W photo with this wonderful looking western house! Fantastic lightning and a real excellent atmosphere! It looks so quiet but how long for??? LOL VOTE
MaydaMason () 8:11AM | Wed, 16 February 2005
simple and so beautiful! love the strong between light and dark tones, beautiful depht and pov, well captured
Fruit_Passion () 8:32AM | Wed, 16 February 2005
I the whistle of the train waits which arrives towards the small station. Cheer ;)
Digitell () 9:00AM | Wed, 16 February 2005
What a cute little building in such a beautiful surronding! Very excellent photograph Paul!! I have always loved the way B7W photographs look!! This is just beautiful! VOTE!!
Valentin () 10:14AM | Wed, 16 February 2005
What a wonderful capture of history!!! Gorgeous b&w image!
soulofharmony () 10:35AM | Wed, 16 February 2005
superb in b/w so enjoying this series.. fantastic p'graphy.. excellent
TwoPynts () 10:38AM | Wed, 16 February 2005
Be great with a train behind it, but I like the emptyness. Seems to say, this is just a short stopping point on the great railway of life. Well done!
Egmont () 11:07AM | Wed, 16 February 2005
It is great that you have discovered this setting and then photographed it with deliberate thought and care to composition. The image has a 4x5 quality to it. The conversion process to B&W is perfect as there are good tonal ranges. I might suggest that you consider burning in the upper portion of the sky as Ansel Adams would have done. This will bring out the clouds more. Never-the-less, that is a call made by the photographer in post work as to how they wish to represent their image and it certainly does not distract from the over all presentation here.
dayna2 () 12:56PM | Wed, 16 February 2005
LOL This is excellent love the comment also!!!Excellent work!
sossy () 12:58PM | Wed, 16 February 2005
amazing and wonderful catch of this old station in b/w! remind me of the station in Dodge City /Okl. I visited years ago! absolutely perfect composed with the beautiful mountains in the back! ;o)
tony_br22 () 1:03PM | Wed, 16 February 2005
WOw .. super shot. Like being back in the time .. ha ha, an old thing :-) We all get older .. but you seem to be young at heart writing this ;-)
Haeberle () 2:02PM | Wed, 16 February 2005
Yihaaaaw, thats so greaaaaatttttt As a big fan and collector of wild-west movies I have to love this one. Do you have more of such shots ??? THANKS FOR SHARING, MADE MY DAY
Lissa_lei () 2:30PM | Wed, 16 February 2005
HHHHHMM I love old buildins, maybe cause we have none here, never seen anythin like this before, it fascinates me, to see how things were, and kept alive by people who care. eccellent V Lina
logiloglu () 5:26PM | Wed, 16 February 2005
simply wonderful in b/w.a charcaterful scene. excellent photography,Paul. * vote * #:O)
Richardphotos () Online Now! 5:38PM | Wed, 16 February 2005
I like the old things that are actually old versus old hat. excellent capture Paul and I agree the b/w addes alot to the foto-V
webshadow () 9:14PM | Wed, 16 February 2005
Well, heck, man...I'm an old thing too...LOL, but I don't think you have to be old to appreciate spectacular photography when ya see it. Your work has that rustic charm that is so irresistable. You really ought to look into getting some of these framed...defintely marketable! I love this one, Paul...you just have a way of capturing a moment...be it nostalgia, or a silent beauty...it is a gift, and I'm glad you share it here. Excellent art!
mari_e17 () 9:51PM | Wed, 16 February 2005
Very beautiful place!!! Fantastic colors!!! Awesome photo!!!!! Bravooooooooooooo!@!!!!!!!