Posted by James Belmont on September 10, 2009 
Highball! Nice shot, Mitch.
Posted by Michael Harding on September 10, 2009 
Magnificent! great job - love the mood of the shot.
Posted by Steve Carter on September 10, 2009 
Awe inspiring Mitch! Voted!
Posted by Kevin Madore on September 10, 2009 
Sweet! They look like little N-Scale trains! No tripod, no monopod (I was there)....he does this hand-held at a 1/6th. Amazing....
Posted by Andy Toms on September 11, 2009 
Amazing shot Mitch! You executed this one perfectly.
Posted by Scott Markloff on September 11, 2009 
Mitch, I don't believe this could have been done any better. Everytime I think you have reached the outer limits of originality, you surprise me with something knew: a double-headed pan. Awesome job once again.
Posted by Dennis A. Livesey on September 11, 2009 
I didn't realize that 765 had those firebox air holes; it adds sparkle to an already high impact shot. Great work!
Posted by Bob Baker on September 11, 2009 
Excellent !
Posted by Richard Stevens on September 11, 2009 
Mr. Goldman pushes the boundaries once more. 1/6th and both locos are pin-sharp. (I notice only one has its rods down, though - come on, Mitch!)
Posted by Mitch Goldman on September 11, 2009 
Richard - I did that on behalf of "the Brits" who I have been told on occasion favor "rods up" since that is the beginning of the power stroke. And of course, "rods down" on the other engine for those who prefer the energy conveyed at the very end of the cycle. Thanks for all the kind comments!
Posted by Scott McClarrinon on September 11, 2009 
Quite remarkable, Mitch! A lot of "wow"s out of me for this shot.
Posted by Kelly Lynch on September 12, 2009 
Remember in 2007 when I said that you owed me a definitive pan of the 765? Well, here it is. Ready for my bedroom wall. I guess this means I owe you two DVDs, now...
Posted by Donald Haskel on September 12, 2009 
Rods up was David P. Morgan's favorite way. Rods up or down does not matter. it a beautiful shot Mitch.
Posted by Janusz Mrozek on September 14, 2009 
This double pan conveys more of a sense of speed and grace than the usual; perhaps because the extra width results in an extremely long plume off the lead engine.
Posted by David Kamptner on September 23, 2009 
Very impressive...Nice work!
Posted by Charles Freericks on September 24, 2009 
I decided I'd wait a little so that my comment wasn't flowing in among the hordes... Mitch, this is the zenith of railroad photography in my opinion. I bow down to you.
Posted by Joshua Jankus on February 5, 2015 
Mitch, I'm seeing Kevin Madore all over the place with your pictures and vice versa. Both brilliant collections of photos.
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