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Postby TimberSurf » Sun Sep 24, 2017 6:26 pm

It always amazes me how you can be in so many places in advance to get those views :o
Great pics as usual, thanks and keep them coming :D
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Postby Bufferstop » Sun Sep 24, 2017 11:44 pm

Perhaps he's the owner of the Subaru that was parked at every vantage point from Oban to Fort William (including the reversal) when someone was chasing our Pathfinder tour last year. It must have been doing some low flying as I'm sure it's tough to beat the train on those roads!
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Postby RickE » Sat Oct 07, 2017 7:11 pm

Hi,
Timbersurf.....During photo charters We all travel on the train to the locations then the loco does its stuff before moving on to the next spot!
Bufferstop...... I don t posses a Subaru and even if I did I don't think Id have the bottle to drive it that fast! I prefer to tootle about nowadays to save on fuel!
Anyways, Enough of that.........I had the pleasure of attending a photo charter on the SVR featuring Erlestoke Manor. As she is nearing the end of her boiler ticket I thought it would be a good idea to get some shots of her before she's withdrawn.
If you fancy a browse thru my images taken that day they can be found at.......http://rickeborall.zenfolio.com/p977694512

Hope you enjoy....With regards to all......Rick

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Postby RickE » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:52 pm

Hi,
I've had a busy week so I've only just got round to sorting out my images taken at the GCR Autumn gala (Sunday)
Bit sad about not being able to photograph the Standard 5 but it had a bit of a mishap on the Thursday. Its brakes failed as it moved off its train in Leicester North station and it ran into the Buffers. Don't know how much damage was done but Im sure we'll find out soon enough.

Please follow this link to view my snaps.........http://rickeborall.zenfolio.com/p87630121

Regards to all.....Rick

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Postby RickE » Wed Nov 22, 2017 10:04 pm

Hi,
I'm afraid I've not been up to much photography wise of late. Been lots to do at home worse luck.. When I've had a bit of time to relax I've been converting some images to Black n White again. I know not everyone likes BnW but I do think it works really well with some steam loco shots.
If you do fancy a browse through the collection it can be found by following this link..... http://rickeborall.zenfolio.com/p466845341

Hope you enjoy..... Comments are always welcome....... Regards............Rick

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Postby End2end » Wed Nov 22, 2017 10:44 pm

Some great shots. :D
Rather you than me in that tunnel though. :o :lol:
Thanks for sharing.
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Postby TimberSurf » Wed Nov 22, 2017 11:23 pm

I am not keen on B&W, but number 9 works well.
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Postby glencairn » Thu Nov 23, 2017 12:12 am

Usual amazing standard RickE.
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Postby Bufferstop » Thu Nov 23, 2017 12:49 pm

14 & 26 for me. The composition of loco and the post beneath the receding power cables is classic, and the night time depot shop is just full of atmosphere. Colour doesn't help at night!
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Re: RICKS ZENFOLIO WEBSITE UPDATES

Postby RickE » Sun Nov 26, 2017 5:12 pm

Cheers guys! Glad you enjoyed.
I did go out to Shilton/Ansty along side the Oxford canal (as the A4 shot in this collection) for Tornado on Saturday but for some unknown reason my Camera just wouldn't focus at the critical moment so I missed it completely. Can't understand it as I had taken 3 other shots prior to that which were fine. Really odd!!! Perhaps it was the cold. It had been snowing! I couldn't even go out for the return as other plans had been arranged for me! :roll:

The other shots can be found in my local lines collection for this month. (Not that there's much in it) http://rickeborall.zenfolio.com/recent.html

All the best. And Thanks again for the comments........Rick


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