Changing Lines

Still my Holidays at the moment so I’m uploading an older image for today.

Taken at Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway, England. The engine name is ‘Armistice’ Circa 1919. Two things I like about this picture, the first is the sunlight coming though the trees behind. Second, is light is shining along the rails, making them look like white lines. I think it’s amazing that the Nikon FE forty year old meter coped well with this shot and needed very little dodge and burn in final picture.

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Shot on a Nikon FE with a Nikkor 28mm F2.8 Ai on Fomapan 400 back in 2016.

Developed in Kodak D76 1:1 for 12.5 minutes.

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The Leica Shootist

An amateur photographer who is passionate about film and digital photography.

4 thoughts on “Changing Lines”

    1. Yes I have got to admit it is the only fly in the ointment with this image, but like all things now unfortunately, nothing can run without the ‘Public Health and Safety’ signs, and they are everywhere these days.

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