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Uploaded: 08/15/16 12:38 AM GMT
Old Tunnel
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I enjoyed the edit of this old railroad tunnel. It has been there longer than I have been alive. I submit this for the B&W challenge.


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08/15/16 1:22 AM GMT
Frank, this is super cool, well done, and thanks for making it a entry for the challenge. tigs=^..^=
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08/15/16 6:46 AM GMT
Tunnels are cool...I like how this goes from the light to the dark and then to an even lighter area that fades into the unknown...good one for the challenge, Frank.
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08/15/16 9:02 AM GMT
Look good in b/w good luck in the challenge Frank.
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08/15/16 9:16 AM GMT
See that this 'archway' isn't spoiled (yet) by graffiti, Frank.
A good opportunity to compose such an image.
Very fine entry for the Wednesday B&W challenge, my friend.
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08/15/16 5:31 PM GMT
What an excellent B/W, Frank! I really like this image. Gives a real feel for the past.
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08/16/16 4:02 PM GMT
Marvelous shot and I feel like I'm right there heading through this Cool tunnel & the stop sign beyond.
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08/17/16 12:30 AM GMT
Makes me wonder the history and how many kids ditched school over the years and hung out there. Great B/W entry.
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08/17/16 12:35 AM GMT
Light at the end of the tunnel !
Great light and dark contrasts and ideally suited to B&W.
Thanks Frank for another fine BWC image :)
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