Posted by Kelly Lynch on November 12, 2007 
There we go! Of your black and white backlits from this vantage point, this is my favorite. The barn and tractor and the shadow of the train on the field are additional eye candy.
Posted by John Ireland on November 12, 2007 
Great photo Mitch. I have never been able to capture the feel of the Amish Country, this photo does that wonderfully.
Posted by GEORGE REDMOND on November 12, 2007 
I like the early morning haze, the train, the farm house and grain silos, Great Shot.
Posted by Mark Hardin on November 12, 2007 
Very well done my friend!
Posted by Mark Rosnick on November 12, 2007 
Spectacular use of backlight Mitch. PCA vote from me.
Posted by Janusz Mrozek on November 12, 2007 
Among the many great elements in this shot, I like the subtle additions of the mist in the background and the shadow of the plume in the foreground.
Posted by Christian Signorelli on November 12, 2007 
Spectacular photo, Mitch -- not too often you get such dramatic lighting opportunities at Strasburg.
Posted by Jason B. Cagle on November 12, 2007 
Well done! Scenes like this are rare these days.
Posted by on November 12, 2007 
Great shot, Mitch; terrific atmosphere and a perfect setting. Not only is this a great photo, but there is a sense of authenticity about it.
Posted by Jim Thias on November 13, 2007 
Mitch, my Amtrak shot is not worthy of being compared to your shot. Simply amazing! Backlighting at its finest.
Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2) on November 16, 2007 
What else is there to say. Guess you were happy with the results! I like the location as well. Haha!
Posted by Travis Dewitz on September 12, 2008 
This is a great shot, Mitch! I love the whole overall scene.
Posted by Travis Dewitz on October 24, 2008 
Can't help but comment again. This photo would look great hanging on any wall!
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