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(Guest)   JCS Archive   Photo Poll: Jan. 2010   Arriving in the big city....track one!
 
Arriving in the big city....track one!
leavingtracks
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posted Dec 4, 2009: 

The great train shed on the Twin Lakes Central Railroad. ALL ABOARD!!!

 
dk122trains
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posted Dec 13, 2009: 

Outstanding!!! Happy Railroading!!!-Don Klose
 
Hartman
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posted Dec 18, 2009: 

I've seen your posts on OGR and I still say "WOW!" - Dennis
 
tag18
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posted Jan 6, 2010: 


This is an amazing shot. Shows the beauty of the station with the magnificent city beyond. Only
downer, you need to cover the under the table view. Drop in some fascia or just block the view of under the table thru photoshop.
 
leavingtracks
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posted Jan 6, 2010: 

Thanks guys for the nice comments. Tag18, don't know how to do photoshop. I assumed that the whole idea of the photo posts in this contest were to submit photos that have not been altered through electronic means. Otherwise, in addition to the under the table view, I would do away with the blinds on the windows and the strip lights in the ceiling. As time goes along, I will try to do better.
 
aghrhowie
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posted Jan 7, 2010: 

Amazing as praise seems to be an inadequate description of your artistry.
 
tag18
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posted Jan 7, 2010: 


"I assumed that the whole idea of the photo posts in this contest were to submit photos that have not been altered through electronic means. "

Just add a bedsheet to the edge of the table to block the view, hide what you don't want included in the picture.
 
boxcoupler
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posted Jan 7, 2010: 

The lighting of the city scape is great!
 
leavingtracks
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posted Jan 14, 2010: 

Thanks again for the encouraging compliments....I will be updating my pictures on my blog here on this website since I have made more progress since posting this picture.

Alan
 
Dan19
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posted Jan 20, 2010: 

Great WOW factor and reflection of the city on the station nice job
 
leavingtracks
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posted Jan 22, 2010: 

Dan...thanks! The "glass" on the roof is 1/8 inch Lexan that was "scribed" with the protective plastic still on it. Then the Lexan sheet was sprayed a flat black. When the protective plastic was removed, the scribed lines became the "metal" work that makes the roof appear to be made up of smaller panes of glass.
 
leavingtracks
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posted Jan 27, 2010: 

Since this picture was posted, I am about to complete the rest of the city scene just behind the skyscrapers you see right now. There is an isle right behind the highrises you see in the picture that will expand the city from left to right 26 feet..complete with a trolley and an "EL".
 



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