Two Years Ago: Portrait of SEPTA in the Snow at Overbrook, Pennsylvania.

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It was exactly two years ago; on this day, January 23, 2014, I made this tightly composed portrait-view (vertically oriented) photograph of a SEPTA Silverliner IV at Overbrook, Pennsylvania.

Over the years I’ve made many photographs along the former Pennsylvania Railroad Main Line, and more than my fair share of views at Overbrook.

SEPTA’s Silverliners are common enough, so I tried something a little different. Using my Canon EOS 7D with 200mm telephoto, I composed a tight vertical image of the SEPTA train as it glided through the station.

This is the full-frame portrait oriented view as I exposed it on January 25, 2014.
This is the full-frame portrait oriented view as I exposed it on January 23, 2014.

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