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Photoblog: 12 Oct 2010

From my lunchtime vantage point on Monday. I can never tell when I'm going a bit too far with deliberately wrong white balance. Being RG colourblind, and thus unaware of what the other 90% are seeing, doesn't help. What do you think? Does it look fine, or implausible?

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Taken by Joe D on 2010-05-24 12:23:44 with: NIKON D90 at 48 mm f/9.0 0.003 sec (1/320) ISO 400


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*Firefox

2010-05-26 22:21:20

What a beautiful location. This is one of those places I'd love to visit.

Niall Oswald

2010-05-26 22:37:49

My first thought was 'is that film'...

Joe Dunckley

2010-05-29 15:22:46

Cheers, guys! Ray, I'm sure you're familiar with the Jacobite train? You would indeed love this location! I tried racing the train the 14 miles up here, but with the wind against me, didn't have a chance -- it overtook me when I was half-way, and was long gone by the time I finally got to this spot.

*Firefox

2010-05-29 15:36:01

I am indeed familiar with the Jacobite. When I finally do get to visit, I'll head straight for here rather than try and 'race' it. In general racing trains only really works if you pick on locations either side of a scheduled water stop which buys you plenty of time to get from location A to location B.

Nigel Cliff

2012-08-28 18:58:56

Would look great with a steam hauled train crossing it but the light on this and the really interesting sky more than make up for that

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