The historic Deepwater Trainstation

Shot way back in March on the inaugural run of the Prado.

View all photos taken: Saturday, 27th March 2010, This photo: 11:53am

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  • cags-m519 said:
    awesome clouds!
  • Unrelated Patterns said:
    wow... what colors! It looks amazing large.
    I just noticed that you used the tag Hoya Polariser... I keep aiming to get a polarising filter but don't.
  • mikel.hendriks said:
    Love the clarity and superb red 'colour breaker' in this composition, may fav and compliments (from the Netherlands)!
    Seen on your photo stream. (?)
  • andrew katic said:
    love that sky dave.colours are great.nice one
  • teejaybee said:
  • flash of light said:
    You speak a different language, we have railway stations :-) You have the same clouds though. I like what you did to the sky. What's the history to this place? It's in good nick!
  • flash of light said:
    The little yahoo map up in the top corner's not very revealing... just a blank space with a crooked blue line!
  • David de Groot said:
    [] Indeed, 'twas a good day for clouds.
    [] Yeah the polariser is a relatively cheap add-on that can really add punch to skies and clouds.
    [] Danke :)
    [] thanks :) Would like to get this in the late arvo or early morning too, but we weren't there then.
    [] Quite!
    [] We also use railway stations, but when you think about it train station makes more sense (the rails don't need a station, but the trains that run on them do) :)
    The station itself is now defunct as the rail line there has been closed for many years (thus it's historic status rather than active).
    The Deepwater Railway operated between 1st September 1886 (the day of its opening) until January 1972 (the day of its closure), a period of less than one hundred years. During the early years it was extensively used by wool farmers and tin & silver mines in the area.
  • flash of light said:
    True! Great name for a railway.
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  • baar_01 said:
    Beautiful clouds Dave. I need to use my polariser more!
  • David de Groot said:
    [] Thanks!
    [] Yeah it can really add oomph in the right conditions.
  • Louise. said:
    Deepwater town is a little creepy I thought.
    (Got a very nasty speeding ticket not far from the town, perhaps that's the reason I think that?)
  • David de Groot said:
    [] Well a speeding ticket will leave a bit of a sour taste, that's for sure.