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This was shot on the railroad tracks in Millersburg, Indiana USA ..shot in August of 2006. Shot with my canon rebel EOS K2 and used 100 speed t-max film. I set my camera on top of the rail sideways to get this shot.

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black and white, landscapes, railroads, reflections, skies

I love to capture photos of everything. My favorite things to take photos of are nature, fall, and big cats. I hope one day big cats can be free to roam again. They deserve to be free like us.

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  • edmorrisjr
    edmorrisjrover 4 years ago

    i really like this shot. can’t tell where the water ends and the sky starts. it’s as if they are one of the same. really cool.

  • Thanks Ed

    – jammingene

  • mAriO vAllejO
    mAriO vAllejOover 4 years ago

    Great shot!

  • Thanks Mario. Means a lot.

    – jammingene

  • Leo Shum
    Leo Shumover 4 years ago

    provocative !

  • Thanks Leo. means a lot. love your art

    – jammingene

  • Vikram Franklin
    Vikram Franklinover 4 years ago

    Lovely perspective …. amazing depth here.

  • Thank you, Vikram. Appreciate it.

    – jammingene

  • giuseppe pisaniello
    giuseppe pisan...over 4 years ago

    really interesting!

  • Thank you

    – jammingene

  • dogsbody
    dogsbodyover 4 years ago

    . i love.. is really very beautiful (:

  • Thank you

    – jammingene

  • Nathan Emery
    Nathan Emeryover 4 years ago

    perspective is a beautiful thing

  • Nathan, thanks. I appreciate it. Happy valentines day

    – jammingene

  • nicephore
    nicephoreover 4 years ago

    Gives me such a feeling of…endless possibilities ;-)

  • Thank you for the comment. Happy Valentines Day

    – jammingene

  • Nurmur66
    Nurmur66over 4 years ago

    remembers me the last scenes of “Apocalypse Now”

  • Thanks, I appreciate it. I love that movie too and I know exactly what you’re talking about near the end of the movie. Thanks again.

    – jammingene

  • NinaF
    NinaFover 4 years ago

    I love the way the light seems to draw you deeper into the picture every time one views it.

  • Thank you Nina. Means a lot to me.

    – jammingene

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