Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2) on September 18, 2008 
Very well done! Perfect setting and train!
Posted by Stephen Dance on September 18, 2008 
Nice one Mitch - I know how hard it is to get a good result with this kind of shot
Posted by Andy Toms on September 18, 2008 
Wow Mitch! Awesome shot, I'm getting vertigo just looking at it. PCA!
Posted by Ray Peacock on September 18, 2008 
Well done Mitch.
Posted by Travis Dewitz on September 18, 2008 
You nailed this one , Mitch!
Posted by Janusz Mrozek on September 18, 2008 
Posted by J Douglas Moore on September 18, 2008 
Very difficult shot very well executed.........
Posted by Stephen Jones on September 18, 2008 
A well-executed photograph. Great work, Mitch!
Posted by Ken Kuehne on September 18, 2008 
Holy Cow Mitch! This picture is's...well, what else can I say? Nice shot!
Posted by Walter Scriptunas II - on September 18, 2008 
Well you sure nailed this Mitch!!! Great shot!
Posted by Caroline J. on September 18, 2008 
Just plain awesome Mitch. Well done!
Posted by assiuolo on September 18, 2008 
Fantastic shot! bravo.
Posted by Cinderpath on September 18, 2008 
Simply Awesome Shot Mitch- You can stare at this and feel you moving really fast-Neat -MRV
Posted by Billchor on September 18, 2008 
Very difficult shot and so clever to.Braoi,bravo,bravo Mitch
Posted by Trainmasterrob on September 18, 2008 
Wild man wild!
Posted by Bicot (Marc Caya) on September 18, 2008 
Not content with steam and a little diesel, Mitch pans again with.. electrics! Perfect execution; how many tries did it take to nail this one? BTW, for the benefit of us beginers, did did you use a tripod?
Posted by Loyd Lowry on September 18, 2008 
Absolutely stunning composition Mitch. Your pan abilities are beyond the grasp of most photographers. If a vote to change the name from 'the pan' to 'the mitch' ever comes about, count me plus one for you. Thanks for sharing!
Posted by Mark Chester Jr. on September 18, 2008 
Amazing...simply amazing!
Posted by Randy Rebernick on September 18, 2008 
Mitch, Someday a book on Railroad photography will define you as the Master of the pan shot. Very nice shot.You can just feel the blast of air after it's passage.Very cool.I look forward to your next submission!
Posted by Mark Rosnick on September 18, 2008 
Yet another Mitch Goldman shot that makes my jaw hit the keyboard. Very well done.
Posted by Steve Carter on September 18, 2008 
Way Cool! You've inspired me again.
Posted by Tom Mugnano on September 18, 2008 
Wow Mitch where's my Ibuprofen. I im almost speechless!!! Did i mention that my head is still spinning from trying to get eveything in focus and that you really do give me a headache posting these kids of shots! : )
Posted by David Nutter on September 18, 2008 
Posted by Ross Fotheringham on September 19, 2008 
One of those images where the thumbnail doesn't do any justice to just how technically difficult this shot was. Mitch brings it to a new level again. Very cool shot.
Posted by Darren Megowan on September 19, 2008 
Any shot that makes you dizzy must be good. Amazing shot Mitch!
Posted by Anthony K Small on September 19, 2008 
What else is there to say, other than great photo.
Posted by Scott Markloff on September 19, 2008 
What can I add to the above. Well done Mitch. I remember standing there when Amtrak flew by and its really moving. This is a very challenging shot and its done so well. Congrats on being on top of the daily hit list. Well deserved. PCA for sure.
Posted by Nicholas O Sullivan on September 19, 2008 
Posted by Michael Da Costa on September 19, 2008 
Ah yes another pan from Mr. Goldman himself, you did it once again ! If it ain't a side pan it outta be a zoom pan. Keep up the great work.
Posted by Diesel on September 19, 2008 
Awesome. Its mind boggling. Looks like some sort of dimension shift
Posted by Travis Dewitz on September 19, 2008 
I have submitted this for a PCA. I don't think you will have a problem.
Posted by Matthew J. Ryan on September 20, 2008 
What can you say man? Fantastic! PCA for sure.
Posted by Steven M. Welch on September 20, 2008 
Now, someone sent me the link and I nearly shorted out my keyboard with drool! This is a one of a kind photo, absolutely stunning! PCA vote from me!
Posted by David Tuttle on September 21, 2008 
Absolutely nailed, Mitch. Well done sir!
Posted by on September 21, 2008 
This shot makes me feel dizzy! Well done!
Posted by BNSF SAMMY on September 21, 2008 
Wow! Quite a unique shot.
Posted by on September 22, 2008 
One meatball, comin' up!
Posted by Rich Clark on September 26, 2008 
Great zoom pan shot Mitch! So much depth of field created and getting the train to show under the awning is pefect.
Posted by Dan on September 30, 2008 
I wouldnt want to tresspass on that line.
Posted by Donald Haskel on September 30, 2008 
39 comments and counting. This is the kind of shot you look at and keep seing different things happening. I have never tried a zoom pan. You make it look easy. Thanks for another great one.
Posted by Rahul on October 2, 2008 
Fabulous I never thought this kind of Panning was possible.
Posted by David on October 3, 2008 
Amazing what you can do with a camera. At first, I thought you were in the back of a fast moving train on the other track. I guess there was a slight breeze as the train went by?
Posted by Michael F. Allen on October 9, 2008 
Wow! I get back from vacation and this is the first shot I see! Amazing. I knew it was technically possible to do this, but how do you actually do it and keep the engine sharp? With the mirror up, even! Simply amazing!
Posted by J. M. Fusco on October 14, 2008 
Absolutely amazing, Mitch. Could easily be used for an Amtrak promo... Just looks so... fast!
Posted by Steve Crise on October 16, 2008 
Kicks a** on anything I'm seeing in Trains or R&R.
Posted by Scott Lothes on April 27, 2009 
Excellent application of the pan-zoom technique; really captures the essence of the Corridor.
Posted by Dennis A. Livesey on July 13, 2010 
Just a note to say this is one of my favorite rail pictures of all time.
Posted by Sanky on October 5, 2010 
I can't look at this anymore, I'm getting too dizzy.
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