Old 02-11-2014, 06:45 PM   #51
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In an attempt to put this thread back on the tracks and in honor of Orona's recent BNSF engine detail shot, here is one good for only 7 days.

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Channeling my inner Troy ...

IQ is ridiculously bad. Were you trying to make a point of some sort? Noise so bad that even I can easily see it, and poor contrast. Due in great measure to weak light on the subject.
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Janusz, I never knew you had that in you.
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IQ is ridiculously bad. Were you trying to make a point of some sort? Noise so bad that even I can easily see it, and poor contrast. Due in great measure to weak light on the subject.
Yesssss.... yesssss... channel the hate, give yourself to the power of the dark side. I knew you had it in you.

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IQ is ridiculously bad. Were you trying to make a point of some sort? Noise so bad that even I can easily see it, and poor contrast. Due in great measure to weak light on the subject.
Whoa, sorry I released the dark side in you. I knew it would be rejected. I just posted for those who would like to see the automatic on the fly uncoupling mechanism. The "noise" that you are seeing is a coating of sand and grime that covers the entire engine. A casualty of constant helper duty.
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Whoa, sorry I released the dark side in you. I knew it would be rejected.
Wow, feeling the love from all sides tonight!

Carl, you can show us an image without uploading to RP for a sure reject, that is what flickr is for. Well, given the quality of the shot, I would say RRPA.
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That's no fun plus it is there for more than 7 days.
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