A Christmas Suprise  

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Uploaded: 12/25/04 8:42 PM GMT
A Christmas Suprise
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This is my sons first electric train... I spent a good part of christmas eve setting this track and tunnel up. I wish I could show you his face when he saw it this morning...


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12/25/04 10:21 PM GMT
At one time, that was my favourite TV show. Very good choice.
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"A piece of toast with butter always lands butter side down, and a cat always lands on its feet. What happens if a piece of toast is tied butter side down to the back of a cat? Does it perpetually hover above the ground in indecision when dropped?"
12/26/04 1:43 AM GMT
This is quite an awesome picture for this contest, my favorite one so far I must say.
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There's an emptiness inside her and she'd do anything to fill it in. Though it's red blood bleeding from her now, it's more like cold blue ice in her heart. She feels like kicking out all the windows and setting fire to this life. She could change everything about her using colors bold and bright, but all the colors mix grey. ~*DaveMatthewsBand*~
12/26/04 2:09 PM GMT
A very good image. Very nice composition. The motion blur makes it look like the train is moving backward into the presents. Great job.
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"Sometimes I do get to places just when God's ready to have somebody click the shutter." Ansel Adams
12/30/04 3:44 PM GMT
This is a great interpretation of the contests objective. I wish you could have caught that look on his face too! That look when they come into the room is what makes the morning sparkle. Great Christmas wallpaper
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12/30/04 11:39 PM GMT
What an awesome pic the motion is great
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01/02/05 9:26 AM GMT
Nice moody picture. I like a lot :-)
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01/02/05 1:21 PM GMT
Fantastic - and I can imagine his face so well - what a lovely gift and a sensational image too.
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never give up, but........ "Meddle not in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and good with ketchup." ;)
01/04/05 1:59 PM GMT
Great entry in the contest and one of particular interest to son, when a little younger, was also a big fan of Thomas the Train and had to have all the other friends of his too...Good Luck in the contest. : Pat.
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Wishing you a very Happy New Year in 2005 !
01/05/05 10:32 PM GMT
We all love Thomas the Tank...well done! I like this a lot. The Blur captures a good deal. Also, the background looks festive.
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-those who hit rock bottom are too concerned with self pity to realize that they are lying on an anvil- Psalm 66:10, Job 10:8
02/01/05 12:10 AM GMT
Oh! I loved that train when I was a kid. I mean those things were so cool... =) Thanks
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Knowledge will forever govern ignorance: And a people who mean to be their own Governors, must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.
02/01/05 4:59 AM GMT
I don't no I think this was the number one image.
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Art is the perception of the creator. Meaning is the perception of the viewer. acceptance is the perception of society.
02/01/05 10:43 PM GMT
Very nice effect you have going on here. :D
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"Why does mineral water that has 'trickled through mountains for centuries' go out of date next year?"
02/04/05 2:07 PM GMT
It actuallty isnt an "effect" I did a 4 sec. exposure, and after 2, I started the train moving forward really really fast.
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03/11/06 9:46 PM GMT
Ha! I love the concept, and you really brought it to life with the long exposure - fantastic!
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08/31/06 3:57 PM GMT
Fantastic shot, love it.

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