On the Way Home from the Grocery Store ~ 24/52

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    Weekly Photo Assignment
    Assignment 52 ~ Week 24
    Reflection
    SOOC ~ Straight Out Of Camera

    DetroitDerek Photography ( ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ), and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Trish P. - K1000 Gal 35 months ago | reply

      No special settings. Stopped on the tracks, not a lot of time with traffic. I just let the camera do its thing. I find it interesting to see the results in various circumstances. This shot's been done. I know. Still, it caught my eye so I snapped it!

    2. peapod_ 35 months ago | reply

      oh, yeah, the lighting is great!!!!

    3. Tom Powell 35 months ago | reply

      Wow, this is nice. I love the composition and exposure. The rails are the story and you told it well.

    4. Kazzerkeogh 35 months ago | reply

      Stunning. An instant fav. Super super shot. :-)

    5. lclower19 35 months ago | reply

      Excellent shot - the light on the tracks plays perfectly against all the dark around it.

    6. mishainmadrid 35 months ago | reply

      beautiful shot -- love the tones, light and those long curving lines

    7. Mama Rhodes Photography 35 months ago | reply

      Beautifully seen and shot!

    8. William (tectum macula) Walsh 35 months ago | reply

      This is why you take the camera everywhere. Wonderful shot!

    9. mlp52 35 months ago | reply

      Love the quiet mood of the pic. Makes me feel very relaxed looking at it.

    10. Jacomien33 35 months ago | reply

      Maybe it's been done, but the point is being in the right place at the right time. Heard of Henri Cartier-Bresson? He did this all the time, called it 'the decisive moment', the moment that everything is just perfect. You captured it and that's great!

    11. Ian Muttoo 35 months ago | reply

      This is wonderful Trish!

    12. James Marvin Phelps 35 months ago | reply

      Well done Trish, very eye catching!

    13. Trish P. - K1000 Gal 35 months ago | reply

      Thanks Lois!
      Thanks for the fave Derek.
      Thanks Tom and thank you for the fave. I'm glad you enjoyed this.
      Thanks Karen. Glad to see you back online. Thanks for the fave too!
      Thanks Linda.
      Thanks Misha. Hope your travels are going well. Thank you for the fave too!
      Thank you William....so true.
      Thanks Marie.
      Well put and very true. Thanks for the insight and nice comments.
      Thanks Ian and thank you for the fave.
      Thanks James!
      Thanks for the faves!

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