Thursday, June 24, 2010
You Capture: Shorty Got Low
These were taken on our new point and shoot, Olympus fe-4020 that my husband received for Father’s Day from his parents. We spent Fathers Day at the Roundhouse Railroad Museum in downtown Savannah . I hadn’t been back since we held the most awesome wedding reception EVER on 10/04/08. Seriously, it was a party for the ages. But I digress.
The pictures are looking up at the 223 Constitution Steam Engine, one gorgeous piece of train history.
Posted by Laura @ The Things I Said I'd Never Do at 7:23 PM
Labels: holiday, Savannah, You Capture
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very cool angle to see the train -- probably only usually seen by damsels in distress and unlucky cows. :)
Wow, great shots! I'd love to be able to photograph a train.
Love the angles - and you said these were with a P&S. Great perspective, great composition.
Wow. These are great pictures. I love your perspective! : ) We went to a railroad this week while we were on vacation. It was so much fun! : )
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