Posted by J J Schrader on December 5, 2007 
A truly stunning photo Andrew. A PCA for sure!
Posted by Ray Peacock on December 5, 2007 
You are a wild man the photo, love the caption.
Posted by Randy Doss on December 5, 2007 
Great Shot! So how flat IS your camera?
Posted by Mitch Goldman on December 5, 2007 
Wow - that's one of those rare instances where the photo looks as good or better then the thumb! Perfectly captured and framed.
Posted by J. C. Smith, Jr. on December 5, 2007 
What a wonderful angle! I particularly like the fact that you shot it from the shade side, which gave you that wonderful, rose-colored side light between the rails.
Posted by Brandon Smith on December 5, 2007 
The amount of creativity expressed in this photograph is beyond words. Incredible work Andrew.
Posted by Dean Kaplan on December 5, 2007 
One amazing shot Andrew!
Posted by Andrew Hamblyn on December 5, 2007 
More wonderful work Andrew, well done! How many shots did it take to get this one right?? :)
Posted by Jason Myers on December 5, 2007 
Now that is a cool shot! This has my vote! How in the world did you get it with out getting hit?
Posted by Tom Michele on December 6, 2007 
Great job. Simple subject.....but WHILE RUNNING! Super job, however you got the camera over the side and triggered. Radio remote control on camera? It's nice to see a really different angle like this. Congrats and thanks.
Posted by mohamed on December 6, 2007 
Now we get agreat shot from the Wheels level on from agreat photographer.Many thanks Andrew for sharing.
Posted by Erick Anderson on December 6, 2007 
I'm guessing he had the camera on a tripod and held the tripod upside down. Still a tricky shot.
Posted by on December 6, 2007 
Really really clever, and great color
Posted by Tie Guy on December 6, 2007 
Andrew your photography continues to amaze me. Keep up the good work my friend.
Posted by Dan on December 6, 2007 
This is really an awsome picture, to say the least. But could you tell us just how you took this picture? You have a definate PCA vote from me.
Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2) on December 6, 2007 
Erick is the winner! I put the camera on my tripod with the camera strap fastened under a crank on the tripod so it would not hang down. I shook the tripod over a cushioned bench in the caboose to make sure it could handle being upside-down. I set the exposure to Tv @ 1/30 and one stop underexposed. Since I do not have a cordless-remote shutter release I put on the 10 seconds self-timer and set the focal length to infinity. I held the extended legs of the tripod from the platform of the caboose and held it as steady as I could. Once I heard the shutter, I quickly raised the camera to check the image. It took a total of 9 shots to get both wheels in one shot at 17mm. Thank you all for the comments and kind words!
Posted by Jim Thias on December 6, 2007 
Nice work, Andrew.
Posted by Chris Walters on December 9, 2007 
Completely and utterly wonderful Andrew, probably one of the simplest, yet most dramatic railway photographs I've ever seen!
Posted by Judkins645 on May 28, 2009 
Very impressive.
Posted by Amtrakman on December 6, 2010 
How could you get a shot like that. Its amazing!
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