This train went from a full colour bog standard image to a more retro burnt-out sepia old still photo taken over a hundred years ago. This image was taken in 2009 as a pretty reasonable family photo from a good day out at the vintage railway station down in Wales.
The manipulated photo can now be seen hanging around in the station house at the Brecon Mountain Railway, framed on a black art-board.
1930′s, Baldwin of Philadelphia, brecon mountain railway, carriage, locomotive, mountain, over exposed, Port Elizabeth, railway, sepia, South Africa, steam train, track, vintage, water tower, retro
My personal rating for this image is 3
The dimentions of this image are: 1000 (wide) by 667 (high).
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If this image was a Client Job the details below should help explain it slightly better:
Headlining with: Runaway refill No.2.
Instructions for the Job: Pre-date this No.2 engine to a time before itself.
Some EXIF data:
Shutter Speed of 1/750, Aperture: f/2.8, ISO: Unknown, Lens Unknown @ a Focal Length of 4 mm, on a HDC-HS300 camera
Location of Image was:
Talybont-on-Usk, Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
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