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Twilight on the Transcon

An eastward empty grain train rounds a long curve between Hackberry and Kingman, Arizona on the 11th of August. In the distance the pink-hued sunset slowly fades away as twilight dims. The former Santa Fe main buzzes with traffic, with approximately 60-80 BNSF trains a day. It's nice when they come at the right time in the right direction.
Difficult situation, excellent result!
 
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What's difficult about this? This shoot would be nothing without the background. Anyone can shoot at this level in that place.
 
Memphis, let me see some of your work. I obviously have a lot to learn, and you appear to want to teach me.
 
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Well tell me what's so hard about that shot? you act like you're the only person that can shoot. Taking photos out west is the easiest thing to do, give a 5 year old a camera teach him how to meter the sky bracket on each side and bam same results.

You cannot teach those who don't want to go to school.
 

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