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Uploaded: 06/29/18 5:32 PM GMT
San Francisco Trolly (Street) Car
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These run regularly along the city streets of SF but this one happens to be on the Embarcadero along the wharf on the bay side of the city. This is in front of Pier 29 looking southeast. I couldn't help it that there was building construction going on behind the trolly but you get what you can get.....through the truck window:):) I thought this can't hurt to enter it into the current contest. Let's see if I can beat the deadline:):) Thanks for your comments:)

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.icedancer
06/29/18 7:36 PM GMT
Really like the treatment and framing makes it a outstanding & really old looking. If it wasn't for the construction you would have thought it was from years past. Marvelous posting
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::tigger3
06/29/18 9:34 PM GMT
I do like the treatment, I agree with Pat, and good luck if it makes the contest deadline. tigs=^..^=
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::corngrowth
06/30/18 8:38 AM GMT
---Let's see if I can beat the deadline---

Mission completed successfully!

It's like a long time ago taken capture, Bruce.
Love the treatment and presentation.
Good Luck with it in the Photo Journalism contest, Buddy!
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::LynEve
06/30/18 12:46 AM GMT
"Clang, clang, clang went the trolley,

Ding, ding, ding went the bell"

It really looks like a genuine old photo !! Well done
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::Allie_P
06/30/18 1:10 PM GMT
I do like the optical framing on this, so well thought out.
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