Railway Sheds at Bridgnorth, Shropshire

One of the things I love about digital cameras is that they are much more responsive to low light. On film, I would have had to have used a tripod and very slow shutter speed to get this shot, or else I would have had to have used flash which would have given an artificial effect. I managed to get this picture of a Great Western Tank engine in the workshops at Bridgnorth on the Severn Valley Railway using a hand-held camera.
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About Robert Laynton

Robert Laynton has a B.Sc.(Hons.) degree in psychology and was a member of the British Psychological Society, becoming a member of their Transpersonal Psychology Division and a contributor to their Journal, 'The Transpersonal Review'. He also gained a Post Graduate Certificate and Diploma in counselling. He suffers from Bipolar Affective Disorder. He likes photography, walking, listening to jazz, reading American Crime Fiction from the 40's, 50's and 60's and enjoys watching older films, especially film noir. He lives in England.
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