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Lens: Pentax-DA 50mm f:1.8 Camera: K-50 Photo Location: Idaho ISO: 800 Shutter Speed: 1/350s Aperture: F19 
Posted By: Dewman, 10-22-2019, 10:59 PM

This was an old, seldom used rail line that followed the Payette River canyon in central Idaho.

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Soothing. The rails look shiny. It seems like it's still in use.

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I like the low POV on this one, that's also something I'm exploring myself just now too, that's why I like the screen on the K1.
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I like the low POV on this one, that's also something I'm exploring myself just now too, that's why I like the screen on the K1.
I have a less than cooperative back and I can't get down as low as I used to, so this shot was a real point and shoot.... and pray affair.. I took several shots basically "in the blind," hoping that I would get something like what I had envisioned. This wasn't exactly what I had in mind, but it'll do till I get another chance at it.

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I have a less than cooperative back and I can't get down as low as I used to, so this shot was a real point and shoot.... and pray affair.. I took several shots basically "in the blind," hoping that I would get something like what I had envisioned. This wasn't exactly what I had in mind, but it'll do till I get another chance at it.
Well in that case... good for you.
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