The Maine Narrow Gauge Co. & Museum (Canon 5D)

05May09

Locomotive Bottom
Locomotive Bottom by David Chu on Zooomr

Woo! I finished editing and uploading the shots from the 5D yesterday but I was too lazy to post them here. So now here they are. It really is quite amazing how sharp the photos are from this camera and lens (17-40mm f/4L).

Wheelchair Stabilizer
Wheelchair Stabilizer by David Chu on Zooomr

Roger’s wheelchair was moving while he was trying to take a picture so I held onto it.

Roger through the Train Window
Roger through the Train Window by David Chu on Zooomr

I saw Roger through the window and took a picture before he noticed. Then after he noticed I took another picture. This one specifically. After I took this photo, I took the first photo in this post.

Locomotive Conducting
Locomotive Conducting by David Chu on Zooomr

We then went on the train ride. This is when the engine was going around to the other side of the train so we could go back.

Unforeseen Meet Up
Unforeseen Meet Up by David Chu on Zooomr

Roger and I planned to walk along the part we were just on (in the train) but we saw Linda and her husband (?). They mentioned coffee and Roger was dying for coffee so we went to go eat.

Off to Back Cove Bridge and Back
Off to Back Cove Bridge and Back by David Chu on Zooomr

Walking Along the Safe Side
Walking Along the Safe Side by David Chu on Zooomr

Roger Videoing
Roger Videoing by David Chu on Zooomr

Roger started recording some video with his 5D MKII. So I took a picture.

Roger Reviewing Video
Roger Reviewing Video by David Chu on Zooomr

So This is What it's Like to be Short
So This is What it’s Like to be Short by David Chu on Zooomr

Or as Roger would say… shorter.

Double Sided Mirror
Double Sided Mirror by David Chu on Zooomr

We went down this street and took some pictures. The place was pretty broken up but there were shops and businesses there.

Red Truck's Mirror
Red Truck’s Mirror by David Chu on Zooomr

Another mirror shot, this time for SoFoBoMo.

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