Oooooooooooooooh, nice one! Looks like someone was lying down on the tracks!
Thank you, **sir! Well, almost. I should have done just that ... my knees were not happy me with me after this one. PS - I need one of these, or one similar to it.
Ludo Turcina, Thanks!
In suicidal position?
Still no train Kevin
Or buy a camera with a swivel screen ?
Or a stool ?
This is a nice DOFOF image - very good.
One of these by all means! I think I should get me one, too.
Tomas, hahahaha, no, not quite.
Jethro, I had wondered why the D7000 didn't have a swivel LCD. I concluded the hinge would probably take away space needed for all the on-body button controls. (maybe). I think I'd rather have the buttons!
Mr. Verbiage, Yep, just like that! Odd price range on those gizmos. I've seen it range from $50 to $250!
Re: tilty screen
I have a (kinda) equivalent camera to D7K with one of those screens. The buttons are rearranged, but mostly still there; however, you can only use the (sloooooooooooow) live view focusing with the screen - much worse than some compacts and all MILCs - SLRs are just not optimized for this kind of focusing. Would've been fine for this shot, but not for anything moving.
Right on track here Kevin! Love & Like the low perspective and bokeh in this one.
Like #6 You should title this; Goodbye Cruel World!
It may be more shots of rail tracks, but what a perspective. I like it because it is quirky and a bit different. Regards from rainey old Scotland, Nik
Erik, Ken, and Nik,
Thanks to you all or the kind remarks - all much appreciated!
Hi, Kevin. Wonderful perspective!!! LIKE I live in a part of the Country where towns were established and grew due to the railroads. In fact, they parallel Route 66 through my tiny town. :) Best regards, Phyllis
Awesome DOF, Kevin! Well done!
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