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Old Aug 4, 2008, 1:26 PM   #1
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C&TSRR Trains & Indians 08-03-08

The Theme for the Sunday Express this week was Trains & Indians

Since I was going to Cumbres Pass to shoot the going ons I decided to take my other camera and a little wider lens to chase the train with. I wanted a couple of "in your face shots" Pentax K10D w/ Tamron Lens 24-135".

The Jicarilla Apache Culture Center http://www.jicarilla.net/ did a presentation after lunch. We learned about their history, a explanation about their dancing costumes and some dances. Everyone seemed to really enjoy themselves.
















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Hey Rodger,
some pretty nice pics thanks for shareing!
Looks like everyone had fun.
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Very nice selection - love the dancers. You live in such an interesting, beautiful area and that Tamron does a nice job of bringing out the details.
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Some nice pics there Roger, especially the first train shots. Nice to see you behind the Pentax again.

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Goldwinger wrote:
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Hey Rodger,
some pretty nice pics thanks for shareing!
Looks like everyone had fun.
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Thanks for the nice comment and for taking the time to look.



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Very nice selection - love the dancers. You live in such an interesting, beautiful area and that Tamron does a nice job of bringing out the details.
YUP!!!! I am lucky to live here in Chama, New Mexico. I have always like this Tamron Lens.



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Some nice pics there Roger, especially the first train shots. Nice to see you behind the Pentax again.

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Hi Tim, now that I am getting comfortable with my Canon set up I am taking my K10 with me as well.



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Nice series, I always like your Iron Horse shots.
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Nice series, I always like your Iron Horse shots.
Thanks Rodney, I really enjoy the old train.



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Welcome back, Roger! I realize you really haven't gone anywhere but I must admit I miss your nature shots. I am trying to decide which of the locomotive shots I like best, #1 or #2.Only aslight difference inangle, butthey givedifferent impressions. Thanks for posting.

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