Posted by Jeff Swanson on August 12, 2019 
This is way too cool! I can't believe there haven't been more comments on this shot. Excellent composition William!
Posted by Rich Brown on August 12, 2019 
I HESITATED to comment due to a total loss for words. Just "WOW !"
Posted by paulbe1 on August 12, 2019 
Stunning! Beautifully done--isn't that Jupiter on the right? Thanks!
Posted by MArailfan on August 12, 2019 
Posted by Marc on August 12, 2019 
Stunning is the word. Great shot.
Posted by Dennis A. Livesey on August 13, 2019 
Big Deal is right. Super!
Posted by Dan I. on August 13, 2019 
This picture is one reason I love driving my old Mack truck out West. I have seen the beautiful sunrises, sunsets, and night time scenes like this. Each and every one of them is different day to day. I absolutely could not stand it if I were to be in an office job and miss scenes like this day after day.
Posted by Sport! on August 13, 2019 
best shot ever!!!
Posted by Rossellrik on August 13, 2019 
awesome and thanks for sharing
Posted by Erik C Lindgren on August 13, 2019 
Best rail picture taken in decades! Absolutely phenomenal. Great one William.
Posted by C.M.St.P.& P. on August 15, 2019 
How did you capture so many stars without the usual time-lapse streak? Or, is this simply a series of photos that are over-layed? Either way, this is a stunning effect. Also, would you know if these signals are approach lit? Thanks.
Posted by chris davis on August 16, 2019 
Simply 'out of this world'!
Posted by William Diehl on August 16, 2019 
This photo is a SINGLE shot, of 25 seconds, at ISO 2000 with an f/stop of 1.8
Posted by Al Wood on August 16, 2019 
Outstanding! You've done the impossible!
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