Posted by Michael Da Costa on November 26, 2007 
For god sakes, that's one hell of an awesome photograph Andrew, even in the early hours of the morning when the sun is rising you get some very good photo opportunities. Keep it up !
Posted by Andrew Hamblyn on November 26, 2007 
Fantastic work again Andrew. Well done.
Posted by Ray Peacock on November 26, 2007 
Posted by Mitch Goldman on November 26, 2007 
The 3 W's of creative photography.... Where's Andrew, What's Andrew doing and When's he doing it. Took me a while to figure out how you got this one, '2. You went silouette, I went glint - this runby was covered! Great job, excellent exposure and colors.
Posted by Richard Stevens on November 26, 2007 
Superb planning, composition and execution.
Posted by John Higginson on November 26, 2007 
Very nice, Andrew. Looks like an authentic scene from the steam era.
Posted by Mark Rosnick on November 26, 2007 
Yet another spectacular image from Strasburg Andrew. PCA vote from me.
Posted by Walter Scriptunas II - on November 26, 2007 
Great shot Andrew, love the color of the smoke.
Posted by Mont Panichjeerasin on November 27, 2007 
Classic and great atmospheric scenery.
Posted by Scott Markloff on November 27, 2007 
Does Mr. Knapp or Mr. Blaszczyk get my PCA? Oh, well, can't choose, I'll just have to give each of them a vote!
Posted by Lee Baxter on December 6, 2007 
Great shot Andrew, and as commented on Mitch's shot, great to see it from both sides. Regards Lee
Posted by CHRIS STARK on December 10, 2007 
Perfect Andrew !
Posted by Steve Armitage on April 14, 2008 
Andrew, I just discovered this fantastic shot of yours. It reminds me of those early morning miner's trains I was lucky enough to see in China. They're still happening for real (only just though). This would look just great at about 3ft by 2ft in a frame! It still looks pretty d---n good on a 15" monitor.
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