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Old 03-30-2018, 02:20 AM   #17
Dennis A. Livesey
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Perhaps obvious, but, have to ask? was he standing next to you, this is a play off an earlier thread.

Image © Eugene Armer
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Photograph © Eugene Armer


The burnt out orange around the headlights of the second is a little of a giveaway but it does match the sky.

"To me it looks drawn in in Paintshop. It looks like a puddle of orange on the sky." SFO777

Not sure, was this a comment you received for a different photo? but could apply to the second???

Bob
Eugene and I have been friends for a couple years now. We live in on the Upper East Side of Manhattan only a few blocks from each other.

Yes, indeed we were standing next to each other. He is an excellent shooter and a great guy. (He must be to put up with my sense of humor)

"The puddle of orange" refers to this shot:

Image © Dennis A. Livesey
PhotoID: 524268
Photograph © Dennis A. Livesey


In spite of that observation, this photo went on to be the two-page centerfold for Trains magazine, October 2016.

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"To me it looks drawn in in Paintshop. It looks like a puddle of orange on the sky." SFO777
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