Monday, February 16, 2009

A River Ran Through It

Not to overdo the use of 3-D, but I felt like this just might be a better example than my last.

There was more than a little flooding around here earlier this year. We had a lot of water in our neighborhood, but we're high enough up that the water only paid us a visit and then found it's way further down the hill.

It's down the hill that got hammered by it. Today's photo is an example of how water can undermine something and leave it hanging. These tracks were in use sometime in the last decade or so, though I don't know when the railroad stopped moving cars along here.

Shot at 17mm, 1/250th, f4, iso 100 - with the big softbox in the sky providing a nice even blanket of light.

1 comment:

  1. Wow! 3-D really makes a difference on that shot! What a big rut, huh? Way cool!