Posted by Nick McLean on August 25, 2016 
Cool location!
Posted by Peter Huerzeler on August 26, 2016 
Great location! But this type of cab car is definitely a candidate for the ugliest piece of railway material award...
Posted by Steve Larson on August 26, 2016 
A beautiful area with an ugly loco. Even the reflection is tough to look at. An otherwise wonderful photo to behold, Matt.
Posted by Randy on August 26, 2016 
What a beautiful photo, but OMG that diesel.
Posted by Carl Massart on August 26, 2016 
Pretty scene; ugly train. Well captured Matt!
Posted by Óscar on August 27, 2016 
I agree with previous comments, great shot. Steve Larson: :-)
Posted by Mitch Goldman on August 30, 2016 
Beautiful shot - shame you mistimed it and ended up getting the train in the shot!
Posted by Erick Anderson on August 30, 2016 
The locomotive looks like a giant wheeled duck, right down to the green head.
Posted by Scott Cunningham on August 30, 2016 
Could you please go back when something more photogenic comes along? This is too beautiful a location to waste!
Posted by J. W. Husband on August 30, 2016 
Not even spectacular scenery can make up for that "thing". Great location, though!
Posted by musson on August 31, 2016 
Saturated like Steel Wheels
Posted by John Simpkins-Camp on September 1, 2016 
I was gonna say, "great composition and light, etc.". Instead I credit you with opening up a most frank and humorous discussions on the aesthetics of Talgo train-sets. (Does anyone out there LIKE these? 'Just curious...)
Posted by Óscar on September 1, 2016 
Very funny, Mitch, I would invite you to a party too! :-)
Posted by Matt Donnelly on September 1, 2016 
Thank you for so many comments! If only I could dictate what equipment would be operated when I go out to shoot... I gave this spot a try two days in a row, and this was the second attempt. The first attempt gave me a Phase V (unmatched) NPCU leading, so at least this one's livery matches even if its lines are rather unsightly. Someone who lives in the area must surely have some shots from this extremely accessible vantage point, but I was rather surprised with the overall lack of passenger photos from the PNW. Other than Steve Carter and Andrew Kim's stuff, there's not much material on here from locals there.
Posted by DaveMullany on September 4, 2016 
Paint a cartoon mouth on it and Disney has a new movie to go along with "Cars" and "Planes". That aside, great photograph...
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