Posted by kakoa on May 22, 2012 
Great composition. I love old ghost town desert photos.
Posted by Rich Brown on May 22, 2012 
WOW ! DEFINITE PCA - maybe "of the YEAR !"
Posted by Nick McLean on May 22, 2012 
One to hang on the wall even without a train...the RR aspect just makes it that much better. PC voted.
Posted by Jake B. on May 22, 2012 
Amazingly exposed, amazingly composed. I think I commented on this shot on Flickr, but it deserves a comment here, too, plus a PCA vote. Awesome shot.
Posted by Chase Gunnoe on May 22, 2012 
This is one of your best yet on Railpictures, Mike! The framing is great, along with the texture, and composition. I hope you all please continue to share your work with us! PCA headed your way!
Posted by Joe Leftley on May 22, 2012 
I think all thats missing is the "Welcome to Radiator Springs" sign and Lightning McQueed driving by. Great photo.
Posted by 64jmb on May 23, 2012 
WOW!!! Very cool picture! Nostalgic and classic!
Posted by miningcamper on May 23, 2012 
With or without the train, a fine ghost town shot!
Posted by Chris Marwood on May 23, 2012 
Awwww.I wanted to see some tumbleweed!!!. That's what we were brought up in GB to think outback America is always like LOL
Posted by Janusz Mrozek on May 23, 2012 
A classic, modern vs old.
Posted by HiRailer on May 23, 2012 
Thinking "Outside" the box ? Nice !
Posted by Joel Hinkhouse on May 23, 2012 
I've been cutting back on commenting lately, partially because I'd feel compelled to comment on at least half of any photos with the words "Danneman" on them. But I can't let this one pass. This transcends train/railroad photography. This is a picture worth a 1000 word short story ... the train is just an element of a grander scene of the evolution of hopes and usefulness on the American frontier. Great stuff ... gives all of us a little spark to chase that new perspective.
Posted by Pete Behling on May 25, 2012 
Exellent photo.
Posted by Gene Butler on June 4, 2012 
Nice frame!
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