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    Sorry, posted 3X by accident or stupidity.
     
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    Canal Center, Alexandria, Virginia
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    163 E Main St, Chateaugay, NY
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    Chateaugay Hotel
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    Candid of Rugby player, NIKON D7200 170mm f/4.5 1/1000s 250 ISO -0.7 EV

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    NEX 7 and Minolta MD 35-70/3.5 macro
     
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    NEX 7 and Minolta MD 35-70/3.5 macro
     
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    Another from the Canal Center office complex, Alexandria, Virginia
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    Fujifilm X100F, f/11, ISO 200, processed (or maybe overprocessed) with Silver Efex Pro2
     
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    The Railroad Caboose
    Once the ubiquitous ending to every train in America and in many other countries, the caboose has now been regulated to not much more than a museum piece, tourist curiosity or in several cases a child's back yard play house. Known by numerous names around the world such as caboose, van, cabin car, or crummy to name a few and usually wearing some sort of red livery, though green, yellow, black and silver colors were used by some railroads, these train ending cars served as the rolling office of the trains’ conductor. While the engineer and fireman ran the steam belching statuesque locomotives of impressive size and noise, it was the conductor who actually controlled the train from the less remarkable and near silent caboose. Even while in motion, and before radio’s became the norm, using an air bleed off valve attached to the trains air brake system, the conductor was able to send signals up through the train to the crew operating the locomotive.

    This photograph shows one of the many “cabeese” that ran on a Colorado Narrow Gauge railroad and can now be found in operation on the Durango and Silverton. In his book entitled “The Railroad Caboose” William F. Knapke delineates the history of the American caboose. Through stories gathered from those who inhabited these rolling sanctuaries he provides some insight into how they were used on the railroads and the part they played in the lives of the crew members.
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    Kitipur - Nepal

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    NEX 7 and Minolta MC 55/1.7

    ...not bad for a $10 lens. I have been trying to come up with reasons that I prefer my Nikkor HC 50/2 over this lens (and it's a fine lens as well) but I really do like the way this little Minolta renders. It's not as sharp or contrasty as the Nikkor. In fact it reminds me quite a bit of the Olympus OM 50/1.4 but without the price tag.

    The lens has half stops on the aperture so these were both shot at around f4.5 or 5 (I think).
     
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    This narrow gauge, wooden bodied, railroad car originally cobbled together by Clyde Jones is commonly referred to as the “Casey Jones”. To give you some idea of this vehicle’s size, the side door that can be seen in this image is only 4’-3” high. Here is a Please login or register to view links. For those of you who have an interest in internal combustion engines Google “Fork and Blade Connecting Rods” which exist in the vintage 1915 Cadillac V8 engine that powers this vehicle. You may also find interest in how the gears from the electric engine starter motor must be aligned with those of the motor before attempting to use it to start the Cadillac engine. I have a very rare, 1 of approximately 75, copy of the “Rainbow Route” book they mention near the end. It is rare in that about 75 copies were bound before the printer realized that the back cover was being mounted upside down and corrected the issue. This photo was shot eight years ago in Silverton, Colorado on a very bright sunny day shortly after the car had been given a fresh coat of white paint. It can be seen in operation on special occasions.
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    Our Lady of the Daisies.
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