The Phoenix Railway Photographic Circle / G_Dowling_2
Exhibition: The Human Element
18/04/2005

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G_Dowling_2

Geoff Dowling

 

G Dowling 2
Another moment perfectly caught. Lighting is spot on. Absolutely no crits. Wish it was mine. (Bob Avery)

 

Well composed and you can almost feel the cold hands fumbling with the padlock.(Ian Cowley)

 

A very well executed composition with the main elements positioned to best advantage. The snow is very well handled too. (David Flitcroft)

 

There has to be a caption competition here! Reminiscent of the Great St Trinians Train Robbery, when the point lever was lost in a ditch. “What d’you mean, you don’t know if you’ve brought the fight key?” Technically, a fine composition, embellished by the snow, and clearly meticulously planned to encounter a train on an infrequently used line and witness the unlocking event. (Martin Higginson)

 

Struggling with the padlock on a little used freight line on a cold morning. Perfectly captured and printed of course. (Jonathan Cordle)