Friday, January 25, 2008


I'm going to try a different look for the photos today. Let me know what you think.

When I lived in Utah, I had the opportunity to shoot cool old steam trains from time to time. The first is at the Golden Spike National Monument where the transcontinental railroad was first joined in 1869. They haul their steam engines out once every winter because the steam looks so amazing against the cold, winter sky.

The other photo is of one of the steam engines Union Pacific keeps running for special excursions.

1 comment:

Chad Coppess said...

Trains and tractors! Great industrial heavy machinery stuff.