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Crossing the Tualatin

Lookin' up at the 4449 as it crosses the Tualatin River on the way to Sherwood, OR for Crusin' Sherwood.
Sorry, it just doesn't look right.
Thanks everyone for the comments. I looked at the picture again tonight and it just didn't look natural to me, too much contrast and too saturated Daylight colors (hey is there such thing as too much Daylight?). I've replaced it with what I feel is more natural looking and better represents how she looked that morning.
hmm... pondering whether I should post my picture from the same (exact?) spot of the same train at about the same instant... I'll have to think about that.... Nice shot though steve, definitly. :)

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