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photoblog image Du coté du port de Bonneuil
rian 28 Apr 2011, 03:47
great framing, i like it.. smile

Elaine- 28 Apr 2011, 06:17
that's some depth of field smile to infinity, and beyond!

....peter:) from Canada 28 Apr 2011, 06:22
Il s'agit d'une capture b & n fantastique des wagons sur les trains partent en infinity.... bien fait.
Bonne soirée Remla
....peter/pierresmile

Chris from England 28 Apr 2011, 08:07
Where is this train going? Nowhere I suspect!

Chad Doveton from Where latitude and longitude meet. 28 Apr 2011, 09:16
Super b&w remla with great perspective.

Linda Bullock from United Kingdom 28 Apr 2011, 14:20
Great vanishing point, it looks like it goes on forever smile

Rob Martin from Australia 28 Apr 2011, 14:49
great shot
I love trains

Tom Wilson from United Kingdom 28 Apr 2011, 15:36
Very interesting shot, Remla - well composed and just right in B&W - or should I say "N&B" smile

Glo from United States 28 Apr 2011, 16:20
well done!

Astrid from Netherlands 28 Apr 2011, 20:01
Great perspective, love the B&W.
Wonderful picture, were you allowed to walk here??

Marco Carbocci 28 Apr 2011, 22:26
Très belle compo et traitement à l'avenant. Mais... suis-je le seul à le relever ? Ces wagons m'ont un petit air déplorablement connu de barbarie et de déportation. Ce qui, assumé ou non, donne à cette image un caractère hautement symbolique. Puis carrément flippant aussi.

Michael Rawluk 29 Apr 2011, 05:22
Very nice shot. I am an old railroader and still love train shots.

Ginnie from Netherlands 29 Apr 2011, 06:34
That's a LOOOOOOONG one, Rem. I love the vanishing-point perspective.

DEREK ROGERS from Spain 29 Apr 2011, 06:52
I love the depth of field

SAVO from United Kingdom 29 Apr 2011, 06:55
Love the B+W conversion here. Very crisp smile

Alan from United Kingdom 29 Apr 2011, 06:57
I like the perspective in this very much. Did you consider flipping it so the vanishing point was on the right?

Alexandra 29 Apr 2011, 19:50
Oh, excellent framing in this composition! You really get a sense of this being an endless train! Nicely done.

Louis from South Africa 29 Apr 2011, 19:58
So simple and with the vanishing point perspective, it is a great shot.

Otto K. 29 Apr 2011, 21:54
very nice perspective and converging lines.

....peter:) from Canada 29 Apr 2011, 22:27
I told you how much i loved this photo yesterday....i want more....have a nice weekend Remla....Bisous....peter/pierresmile

Brian Walbey from England 30 Apr 2011, 15:38
My word this is a long train, it just seems to go on.

Henri 5 May 2011, 17:27
Impressionnant. Je ne sais pas si ces wagons sont réformés, mais la photo pourrait servir d'archives pour une époque révolue ;-)

Arjan - PlasticDaisy 8 May 2011, 14:42
These have been in use for a long time judging by how worn down they look. THis train really seems to go on forever!

DomLortha 8 May 2011, 16:42
Splendide: j'adore l'interminable perspective et la composition parfaitement équilibrée de cette image. Du grand art!
Bonne journée.

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Rue Du Lavoir 6 Jun 2011, 12:52
Très belle composition monochrome...
Des textures et un angle de vue de toute beauté...
Une photo magnifique !

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