Posted by Stephen Tripptree on November 27, 2006 
Very nice. How long of an exposure?
Posted by on November 27, 2006 
Very nice Mitch...perfectly exposed!
Posted by Dean Kaplan on November 27, 2006 
Wow!! Awesome night shot Mitch!!
Posted by Mitch Goldman on November 27, 2006 
Thank you! See EXIF info - 6 mintues to catch all the rail traffic at ISO 100 F 32 with a graduated neutral density filter to keep the building and sky from washing out. Very impressive station, inside and out.
Posted by Michael F. Allen on November 28, 2006 
Very nice, Mitch!
Posted by Dave Carney on December 13, 2006 
very cool shot!
Posted by Janusz Mrozek on December 13, 2006 
That's terrific; a worty result for your effort and planning.
Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2) on December 22, 2006 
Like I have said before it is impossible to call a photograph perfect, but this is very close. The exposure and composition are dead on. Who says you can't make SEPTA look good (even though that's not the main subject). The use of the streaks to lead the eye to 30th Street Station is genius as well as fitting as this is RAILPICTURES.NET. An excellent image in every way. Looks like you have found a new passion of shooting after the sun goes down and including streaks of light. Very nice work!
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