Train at the Moodna viaduct

© Carolina Garcia-Paris

Train at the Moodna viaduct

Uploaded: August 11, 2018

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While on a recent photography workshop in NY, we practiced shooting views of the train by the Moodna Viaduct during the golden hour. I was particularly pleased with this image given the light and the framing with the tree. The Moodna Viaduct is an iron railroad trestle spanning Moodna Creek and its valley at the north end of Schunemunk Mountain in Cornwall, New York, near the village of Salisbury Mills. This is the highest and longest railroad trestle east of the Mississippi River. Photo taken with Nikon D5600.

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