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© John Linton
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Westerly Train Station

Canon EOS 350 D camera with a Sigma AF 18-200mm DC OS Zoom lens

iPhoto sepia


24 responses

  • elfriede fulda

    elfriede fulda (Deleted) gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    I love train stations, this is a super shot, detailed, color is fabulous crystal clear shot....

  • stuart s

    stuart s gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    Wonderful shot!

  • Paolo Pizzimenti

    Paolo Pizzimenti (Deleted) gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    It looks like an Italian one - You've got my vote

  • Lois Martin

    Lois Martin gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    Beautiful shot, I love the old time effect of the sepia!

  • Mark Gilliland

    Mark Gilliland gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    Great shot! The sepia effect is perfect!

  • Vidyavati Chandan

    Vidyavati Chandan (Deleted) gave props (8 Nov 2008):


  • Lynn H

    Lynn H (Deleted) gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    Gorgeous! Love that sepia!

  • Gail Anderson

    Gail Anderson gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    i love the sepia effect there... i like that you chose to shoot this from the tracks to give it a sense of place.

  • Bob H

    Bob H gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    Nice work, John! Sepia was the perfect choice

  • Tiia Vissak

    Tiia Vissak gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    great tones & framing!

  • Kiwi ana

    Kiwi ana (Deleted) gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    Very Cool John, I have a fascination with trains mostly because I grew up in an area where there were no railway lines! Love the sepia

  • Farras Abdelnour

    Farras Abdelnour gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    sweet. love the sepia effect here

  • Laurie Fuller/Drake

    Laurie Fuller/Drake gave props (8 Nov 2008):

    this is what i call awesome

  • Nelson Campbell

    Nelson Campbell (Deleted) gave props (9 Nov 2008):

    Great treatment here John...awesome all around.

  • Rob Roy

    Rob Roy (Deleted) gave props (9 Nov 2008):

    ...and what a GREAT choice, John! GORGEOUS building.. GORGEOUS shot! Today this would be a flat-roofed brick building with stainless letters to ID the station :~( "...2 tickets to Tumbalong Park, please!"

  • Bryan Jozefowicz

    Bryan Jozefowicz gave props (9 Nov 2008):

    This is an excellent pic!!

  • Steve Wilson

    Steve Wilson (Deleted) said (9 Nov 2008):

    I have been doing sepia and brown toner since 1965. It is just right for some photographs. This is one.

  • Sharon Griffin

    Sharon Griffin gave props (9 Nov 2008):

    Rob was right, as usual. This is beautiful in sepia !!!

  • Yasmina Baggili

    Yasmina Baggili (Deleted) gave props (9 Nov 2008):

    Amazing capture! Love it!!!

  • Karen K Smith

    Karen K Smith gave props (9 Nov 2008):

    absolutely FABULOUS!

  • ! ! ! Carolina Quijada ! ! !

    ! ! ! Carolina Quijada ! ! ! gave props (10 Nov 2008):

    I like the sepia, maybe b&w might have been too depressing for a lonely track, but the sepia adds seriousness and beauty to this scenery. Great job!

  • Margherita Bettinelli

    Margherita Bettinelli said (16 Nov 2008):

    the train station....I love the Sepia effect..great choice..

  • Noah

    Noah (Deleted) gave props (18 Nov 2008):

    Love the tone. Nice shot!

  • Dunja Kolar

    Dunja Kolar gave props (11 Dec 2009):

    excellent photo!!

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