VIA Rail—Sunset and Signals.

On a sub-zero evening, in February 2010, I exposed this view of an eastward Toronto-bound VIA Rail corridor train at Sunnyside in the western Toronto suburbs.

Pat Yough, Chris Guss and I were on a winter adventure in Ontario that I’ll remember for the cold as much as the photos.

Here’s a hint: extremely cold weather can produce some stunning light effects.

For this view, I used Fujichrome Velvia loaded in a Canon EOS-3 fitted with a 100-400mm Canon zoom lens (featuring image stabilization).

I like the curvature of the track and classic searchlight signals which are accentuate by the rosy glow of the setting sun.

Although Brian is on the road, Tracking the Light still Posts Every Day!

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