Posted by Stephen Dance on March 18, 2009 
Very nice shot James - it just blows away most scenery thats within easy reach of me. PCA vote here
Posted by David Honan on March 18, 2009 
There's an old Iron Maiden song which has a title that accurately describes my reaction to this photo: "Losfer Words." Simply outstanding, James!
Posted by Scott McClarrinon on March 18, 2009 
Great job here, James! The Cane Creek Branch is such a beautiful place to photograph, and you did it well here with the late day sun and shadows on the red rocks.
Posted by Ken Kuehne on March 18, 2009 
Well, I'd already wanted to visit that line someday...after seeing your recent shots, I REALLY want to! Great shot.
Posted by Fred Stuckmann on March 18, 2009 
Posted by Vic. Louie on March 18, 2009 
Awesome shot James.
Posted by Nscalemike on March 18, 2009 
Excellent imagery once again Sir James! Wonderful desolate scenery provided by Mother Nature
Posted by Ellis Simon on March 18, 2009 
I thank you for posting this beautiful shot, and I'm sure the Utah tourism agency appreciates your work, as well.
Posted by Jim Thias on March 18, 2009 of the most amazing I've seen from you yet, James. Man, you are so lucky to get to work with such great scenery!
Posted by Dave Blaze... on March 18, 2009 
Another stunner my friend. If only there were more trains on what truly has to be one of the the most spectacular pieces of railroad to be found anywhere. It's hard to take a bad shot on the lower end of the Cane Creek Branch.
Posted by Travis Dewitz on March 18, 2009 
Great shot!
Posted by David Wheeler on March 19, 2009 
This one has PCA written all over it. Nice Job!
Posted by Big D 965 on March 30, 2009 
Congatulations on the SCA and the PCA. Gotta love that scenery, absolutely beautiful.
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