Posted by JL Scott on January 29, 2009 
You managed to capture quite a scene!
Posted by Mitch Goldman on January 30, 2009 
We'll I'll be - you set the bar and kept going! An easy favorite, and not just photo, but photographer as well. Superb.
Posted by Jason Eminian on January 30, 2009 
You are a brave soul. I wouldn't want to be in that train or anywhere near it! Beautiful shot!
Posted by Jan Hart on January 30, 2009 
Quite the capture of Mother Nature getting ready to rumble, Dave.
Posted by Vic. Louie on January 30, 2009 
Nice shot David.
Posted by Travis Dewitz on January 30, 2009 
Posted by Scott Markloff on January 30, 2009 
We're gonna have to keep our eyes on you. Too many great shots in one day. Look forward to more.
Posted by Mont Panichjeerasin on January 30, 2009 
Absolutely spectacular!
Posted by Marty Bernard on January 30, 2009 
Darn, I hate wires. I probably would have tried to clone them out. And power/telephone poles too. Great shot.
Posted by Charles Freericks on January 30, 2009 
Can't believe you haven't been posting before. Great stuff.
Posted by Aaron J. Border on January 30, 2009 
Posted by Pete Reynolds on January 31, 2009 
It's not fair that one person has all this talent, and timing (luck?). I look forward to many more of your photos. Keep up the good work.
Posted by David Honan on February 4, 2009 
Holy antelope, POTW! Thanks AGAIN to everyone for the incredible welcome to RP that I've received -- I'm definitely feeling like Dorothy in Oz, not quite able to grasp what's going on but nevertheless accepting things as they appear. /// A little more background info on this shot: I was heading southbound on Hwy 59 out of Bill and had just come over the first hill south of Crossover 90.5 when I was greeted by the incredible scene of the black sky and the empty just taking the signal in the distance. I literally had just enough time to spot a ranch trail, bail off Hwy 59, whip out and set up my tripod, swap lenses, slap the camera on the tripod, make a rough guess at a decent exposure and start banging away. This was the first shot in the sequence that I took and I never once saw power lines running across the scene. If I'd had my druthers I would have captured the head end about 15 car-lengths back, but this is what I came out with... and I have to admit that I'm pretty darn pleased with the result. /// Thanks again! -Dave
Posted by Ray Peacock on February 4, 2009 
Posted by Jeff Abbott on February 4, 2009 
Kudos on that killer shot there Dave. Dig the lighting. All the uproar over your shots prove that your work is not in vain. Your portfolio shows some fresh material. Keep it up!
Posted by Jim Schmitzer on February 5, 2009 
Surreal capture,David.Congrats on the POTW.
Posted by Christian Wenger on February 5, 2009 
Fantastic Light - great Shot!!
Posted by on February 5, 2009 
Great photo! Congraulations on POTW.
Posted by Andre Wilson on February 5, 2009 
Nice one!
Posted by Steve Carter on February 5, 2009 
Congratulations Dave! POTW! A very evocative shot.
Posted by Robert W. Scott on February 6, 2009 
Amazing shot DW! Love storms and trains.
Posted by Nicholas O Sullivan on February 8, 2009 
I love the dark mood of this scene. Nice capture!
Posted by David Honan on February 9, 2009 
First POTW, and now a PCA? I can't thank everyone enough! -Dave
Posted by David Nutter on February 16, 2009 
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