Posted by on December 30, 2010 
Mitch, this one plainly stands well above the crowd; no other words are needed !
Posted by Walter Scriptunas II - www.scriptunasimages.com on December 30, 2010 
I've been waiting for you to post this! Great shot, lighting isnt half bad either!
Posted by Al Crossley on December 30, 2010 
It's all about the light. Oh...and the steam! Terrific!
Posted by John West on December 31, 2010 
A wonderful example of action night photography. Kudos to Pete for great lighting. And you captured a wonderful image on your sensor.
Posted by Dennis A. Livesey on December 31, 2010 
Great shot MitchMan! Ole' Link would approve. The drama and delineation that comes from nighttime cross-lighting is fully evident here. Winston obsessed, like many of his generation, about creating "depth" or bringing a third dimension to a two dimension medium. He did that with cross lighting. So with the contrast accenting the surfaces of the locomotive and it's smoke along with seeing the trees in the background, there is so much depth in this picture the viewers eyeballs are sucked out. Kudos to the team of Goldman-Lerro!
Posted by Peyton Gupton on January 2, 2011 
Simply spectacular!
Posted by Janusz Mrozek on January 2, 2011 
I love the even light across the frame; the well-lit plume looks great.
Posted by Steve Carter on January 2, 2011 
Great image, Mitch. Well done!
Posted by J. M. Fusco on January 3, 2011 
That's a NICE shot!!! Wow, the lighting, the sharpness, the low angle, the smoke plume, and just the way the moving engine was frozen in this image is just unbelievable. Excellent!
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