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puzzledpaulpuzzledpaul low down bumPosts: 1,472Registered Users Major grins

As I've read comments about this sort of thing on DG, thought it might be of interest?




  • denisegoldbergdenisegoldberg Major grins North Andover, MAPosts: 10,352Super Moderators moderator

    Call me out-of-touch with the times - but I've never understood why anyone thinks that posing on an active railroad track is a reasonable thing to do. I wouldn't do it as a photographer, and if someone asked me to stand on a track for a photo, I wouldn't do that either.

    Thanks for posting this, maybe it will wake some people up.

  • stella82stella82 LondonPosts: 7Registered Users Big grins

    Oh yikes. This is pretty tragic.
    I agree with @denisegoldberg, this kind of behaviour needs to be flat out discouraged.

  • Cygnus StudiosCygnus Studios Commercial Photographer San Francisco's North BayPosts: 1,950Registered Users Major grins

    I'm not sure why anyone still shoots on railroad tracks as it has been done way too many times, plus it is illegal in most places whether the tracks are still in use or not.


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