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Photo of the Day ~ General Category ~ May 21, 2007

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UP 844 - A Living Legend Comes to Town
by Rick Sterling (Thorlongus) FIRST POTD!
Pentax K10D
Montpelier, Idaho
United States of America

Photographer Notes:
Lens: Pentax 18-55mm Kit Lens

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debbie del tejo commented on May 21, 2007 00:15:
This is just simply AWSOME....and I congratulate you on your very first POTD...I am sure we have not seen the last of you if this is the kind of art you produce!!! CONGRATULATIONS!
Dean Mengel commented on May 21, 2007 01:07:
Wonderful framing and a great shot Rick
Evy Johansen commented on May 21, 2007 01:23:
I totally agree with Debbie - Awesome! Big congratulations on your first POTD, Rick!
Colleen Prohaska commented on May 21, 2007 02:31:
Elegant and nicely presented. This is one to be proud of, Rick. Great work.
Helen McHugh commented on May 21, 2007 05:59:
Wonderful capture in B & W Rick! Congratulations on your first POTD! Great work & title!
Dick Vance commented on May 21, 2007 07:06:
Outstanding image, Rick. Congratulations on your first and look forward to many more.
Dave Longfellow commented on May 21, 2007 07:43:
I like what you've done with the B&W conversion. Gives it a nice "old fashioned" look.
Linn Smith commented on May 21, 2007 08:24:
Wonderfully captured and beautifully treated - this a piece of art. Congratulations on your first POTD.
Bob Reisinger commented on May 21, 2007 09:02:
You took advantage of a rare opportunity and it is a beautiful picture. Well done!
Pat Abbott commented on May 21, 2007 09:22:
Very nice, congrats!
Sharon Isern commented on May 21, 2007 09:38:
Beautiful, detailed shot. It looks as if it were taken in the 1930-40s using their super-sharp film. I love the sepia tone.
Patrice Cigallio Wesa commented on May 21, 2007 18:58:
The antique look of your wonderfully captured photo compliments your great title. Congratulations on your well deserved 1st POTD!
Rick Sterling commented on May 21, 2007 20:49:
I wish to thank all of the posters here for their very kinds comments and words of encouragement. Thank you. Rick
Bluewater Studio's commented on May 21, 2007 21:55:
If Ansel Adams would have photographed trains, I am sure he would have met his match. Rick consider this as an ultimate compliment, and it is a fair comparison in my eye. "Exceptional and brilliant"
Jayne Logan commented on May 21, 2007 22:27:
Your picture left me spellbound. It evokes such an atmosphere with the antique format. Like those scenes in great old movies that one never forgets. Your work is stellar. 'Grats on the POTD win and the lovely comments from Bluewater Studio! cheers

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