I thought so too, Berend. One thing about geese, if you have visitors, the geese are sure to make a noise and let you know someone is about. Better than dogs!! Kindest Regards, David
Thank you Νίκος for your comments and L&F. Regards Derek
very beautiful capture L&F
best regard 蒂芙尼 林
Bedankt voor je bezoek en de fijne reactie.
Wordt heel erg gewaardeerd!
Thanks for your visit and the kind comment.
I appreciate that very much!
Groeten, Bram / Greetings, Bram
I am very glad you like it Bernard. Best regards to Grasse in France, Cheers scally.
Bellísima imagen. Me gusta mucho
I Not sure Lex but I think they might get re-used when they remove the supports under the concrete when its hard, as they. That floor was level 5 under ground and it look as though there would have been another 2 or 3 levels on top of that, before it was up to street height!!. I never knew there were so many floors underground. I will let you know next I'm up in Perth how many floors it will end up being' Kindest Regards, David
Roger dziękuję za wizytę, Zygmunt
I am so pleased that you have found this, and enjoyed it so much.
The explanation is quite simple, and no the photo was not staged, it was a normal evening stopping train..
The clues are all in the picture, and remembering that the side of the train looks pretty much the same anywhere, think of the light reflected from the side (especially the front 10 metres or so) while the shutter is open.... We get a light gradient from max at the point where the shutter opens, to zero at the point where it closes! Simple, and no photoshop!