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 21 
 on: January 23, 2015, 06:40:44 PM 
Started by br1078lum - Last post by br1078lum
I couldn’t just sit around all day, so I decided to continue my tradition of going out for a shoot on New Years.


2014 Did Not End Well by br1078phot, on Flickr
Well, at least not for this poor raccoon.



Made That Last Run by br1078phot, on Flickr
Now retired to a barnyard.



Till Spring Returns by br1078phot, on Flickr
These rolls of hay will have to last through the winter.



Spec Depot by br1078phot, on Flickr
If Nace, VA is a small village (another mile or so down the road), Spec is nothing more than a spot on the map.  NS still uses this building though as a dropping off point for trackbed material.



Metal Snake by br1078phot, on Flickr
A changed out section waiting for the rail train to come back and pick it up for recycling.



Pride and Joy by br1078phot, on Flickr
The farmer that owns this is proud of it's heritage, and joyful he doesn't have to operate it anymore.


The Shepherd by br1078phot, on Flickr
Taking care of the flock while waiting for the Chinese New Year.

PF

 22 
 on: January 23, 2015, 08:05:49 AM 
Started by br1078lum - Last post by titrisol
I love those bridges.. i ahev shot a few here in NC as well

Seabord-Bridge1 by titrisol, on Flickr

 23 
 on: January 21, 2015, 11:57:32 AM 
Started by br1078lum - Last post by br1078lum
There are many trestles along the Norfolk Southern Shenandoah Division mainline that runs from Roanoke, VA to Hagerstown, MD.  This is one of them.  Situated in Botetourt County, VA, it crosses the road to Nace about a mile from US-11.  All the bridges on this line were rebuilt back in the 1930’s by the Norfolk and Western Railway to a stronger design in order to handle the larger engines and traffic loads.


To Scale by br1078phot, on Flickr
Just to give you an idea of the size of the structure



Roller Coaster by br1078phot, on Flickr
In camera panorama scan



Water Barrel Platform by br1078phot, on Flickr
So the caboose crew could put out tie fires, which were fairly common in the days of coal fired locomotives



Foundations To The Past And Future by br1078phot, on Flickr
Left over from the previous bridge



Connections by br1078phot, on Flickr



Lattice by br1078phot, on Flickr

See all thirteen photos at
https://www.flickr.com/photos/7699588@N07/sets/72157650000472348/

PF

 24 
 on: January 20, 2015, 11:56:11 AM 
Started by BillyBob - Last post by titrisol
WOW!
this is awesome
There are pics of Frnace, and I think a few of Italy

 25 
 on: January 19, 2015, 04:22:05 PM 
Started by BillyBob - Last post by BillyBob
Cool!

http://petapixel.com/2015/01/16/31-rolls-undeveloped-film-soldier-wwii-discovered-processed/

 26 
 on: January 19, 2015, 03:53:52 PM 
Started by br1078lum - Last post by br1078lum
The village of Nace stands alongside the NS Shenandoah division mainline in Botetourt County, VA.  There’s not much to the place, with only about half a dozen structures in the immediate area.  An abandoned general store is the most interesting of these.


Chimney In The Woods by br1078phot, on Flickr
Just outside of Nace, VA


Approach by br1078phot, on Flickr
Slow down, and prepare to stop at the next signal.


Nace General Store In Camera B&W by br1078phot, on Flickr
The monochrome setting looks better than converting a color shot in PSE10.


Nace General Store by br1078phot, on Flickr
Front shot.  The locals say the floors are collapsing, so no one has been in the place in years.


Nace General Store by br1078phot, on Flickr
A housing unit was added at one time in back, likely for the owners to stay in.


Nace, VA Post Office by br1078phot, on Flickr
Anything bigger than a catalog, you’ll have to drive in to Troutville to fetch.

PF

 27 
 on: January 19, 2015, 03:45:43 PM 
Started by Ronald Bishop - Last post by br1078lum
Ron,

According to the manual, it's 1/125 @ 18-DIN/50-ASA, and 1/250 @ 21-DIN/100-ASA On the Optima I.  You can extrapolate the other speeds from there.  The camera can be put into manual mode so you can select whatever aperture you want. http://www.butkus.org/chinon/agfa/agfa_optima_1/agfa_optima_1.htm

PF

 28 
 on: January 19, 2015, 01:10:35 AM 
Started by br1078lum - Last post by Murphy
Love it. I used to just toss film found in old cameras. It all needs developing. Wonder who these folks were. The boats scenes look like Florida.

 29 
 on: January 18, 2015, 09:58:07 PM 
Started by Ronald Bishop - Last post by Ronald Bishop
Does anyone know the shutter speed for an Agfa Optima I or Optima IIS cameras. The Optima I has a metering problem and I don't believe it is changing the f:stops in automatic mode ? But I can select the f:stops but what good is that if I don't know the shutter speed??
   The Optima IIS seems to be working fine.
Thanks
    RonB

The Photo Today site wouldn't let me sign in?Huh?

 30 
 on: January 16, 2015, 10:37:53 PM 
Started by BurninFilm - Last post by martolod
Me too, even if it's just out of nostalgia. I had some real good times here, and learned a lot.

i think we all did.and it still is a great archive while it's going.

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