Another guest today, my friend Mike. You can see more of his photos at http://swamiphoto.homeip.net. In his own words:This is a garbage train with a smelly load of trash from Seattle heading through the Columbia River Gorge to the landfill at Roosevelt, WA. Photo taken near Bingen, WA, Feb 26, 2005.
I've recently turned off comments for a variety of reasons, the biggest of which is that I haven't really had time to take many photos these days, and therefore get few comments. This means that largely, I just fight spam. You may still email me at the contact address if you wish.
Great shot. I really like the water on the left and the deep blue sky. Makes for a perfect frame of the train :)
Good news to all the Euphorochrome fans: the camera's back in town! This is Paul, here, occasional guest photoblogger and sometimes wiseass, but more importantly, the owner of the Nikon D70 that Kyle puts to such good use. I might have a snap or two from Vermont that he can post, also.
Beautiful photography. I like the contrast of nature and technique and the blue of the water and the sky on the left. Very good angle.
garbage train? It's awfully attractive for a garbage train! I love the endless sense of length.
~nice bright natural light, and the color 'pops'...the detaill is well noted~
wow! excellent colors and what a wonderful perspective - looks endless and all those lines converge in the distance! great shot!