Posted by D.Carleton on August 2, 2017 
"What car? We didn't see any car."
Posted by Mitch Goldman on August 2, 2017 
Nicely captured! Very clean image, too, I might add, considering the conditions.
Posted by John West on August 3, 2017 
So much railroading is done in those kind of conditions it is nice to see an image that conveys that reality. I suppose my only criticism is it needs to be DARK and wet. But that is tough to convey visually. As Mitch noted you got a technically excellent image under less than ideal circumstances. I hope you were shooting out a car window (for the sake of your gear....if you get wet that is okay). Thanks for sharing.
Posted by Alexander Anichkin on August 3, 2017 
This is awesome caputre, Michael!
Posted by on August 3, 2017 
Thank you, all! The weather was terrible but thankfully my camera and the 50mm lens I shot with it are both weather sealed so it made the perfect combination to glass this scene. I used my trucks headlights to provide as much extra light as I could get otherwise it would have been totally dark so I had to suck it up and get rained on. I was already soaked at this point from the beginning of the chase so it made no difference at this point.
Posted by Herb Brown Jr on August 3, 2017 
The night, the rain, just phenomenal.
Posted by J. Randall Banks on August 4, 2017 
I never cease to be amazed at the sheer idiocy of people when it comes to train track. They figure that trains must not be wider than the tracks. Sad.
Posted by bradley on August 4, 2017 
So who would be liable if they took the "I didn't see any car" approach? I heard a story once, and I'm certain it's legit, of a New York City Police guiding a truck around a corner where a car had parked illegally. As the trailer rolled over the top of the car, the truck driver was told that the car's owner was also about to receive a parking ticket...
Posted by Steve Larson on August 7, 2017 
Perfect elemental photograph. Simply AMAZING photograph, Michael. PCA for me.
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