(5 years and 1430 days ago)
Those curves look so sharp, it's hard to imagine a train being able to navigate them. Really interesting photo!
wonderful lines, contrast and detail, a great photo, perhaps just a little dark.
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(5 years and 1529 days ago)
Wonderful, I love the light, details and tones in this one. great shot.
*agrees with Friiskiwi* It has a timeless quality
Nice Job Congrats
Congratulations, well deserved win. It's a beautiful photograph.
(5 years and 1647 days ago)
I like the symmetry
(5 years and 1706 days ago)
Hrmmmm... left over from a "red light district?"
HAHA! kyricom...you're funny!
Well... that's where the term originated. The "entertaining ladies" often set up their houses near the trainyards (not the best areas in town) and when the trains stopped the brakemen would leave their red lanterns on the porches so the engineers knew not to leave because there were still people being "entertained." So you had a whole series of houses with these red lanterns on the porches, so people knew where the "red light district" was.
Very interesting information! I had heard of red light districts but didn't know that they were related to the railroad. This make my lantern much more of a conversation piece!
LMAO!!! AUTHOR HOSTS A REDLIGHT DISTRICT? LOL hehehehe
(5 years and 1721 days ago)
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