3/1 – NECR at Night


More catching up.  Back on March 1st, we had a nice little snowstorm that dumped about 10″ of the white stuff on us.  As it was kicking off on Sunday night, I headed out to see how shooting in the snow with the Lumedyne would work out.  My target was the idling New England Central train NERWNE in South Windham.

Well, after a bit of experimenting, things worked out with the Lumedyne so it didn’t look like there was confetti flying in front of the camera, obscuring the shot.  I came away with three keepers that night – two with the Lumedyne, and one using the ambient light.

The numberboards and headlights of NECR train NERWNE in South Windham, CT as the March snowstorm comes down
The numberboards and headlights of NECR train NERWNE in South Windham, CT as the March snowstorm comes down
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Taken with - Canon EOS 40D Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX DG APO HSM Macro
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The numberboards and headlights of NECR train NERWNE in South Windham, CT as the March snowstorm comes down

NECR NERWNE idles away in the darkness of South Windham, as the snow begins to fall heavily
NECR NERWNE idles away in the darkness of South Windham, as the snow begins to fall heavily
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Taken with - Canon EOS 40D Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8 EX DC Lumedyne 400 watt/second flash
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NECR NERWNE idles away in the darkness of South Windham, as the snow begins to fall heavily

NECR NERWNE idles away in the darkness of South Windham, as the snow begins to fall heavily
NECR NERWNE idles away in the darkness of South Windham, as the snow begins to fall heavily
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Taken with - Canon EOS 40D Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8 EX DC Lumedyne 400 watt/second flash
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NECR NERWNE idles away in the darkness of South Windham, as the snow begins to fall heavily


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Thanks for looking!
Tom

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