We had the awesome experience a few weeks ago to go on a “Hostling Tour” … why? because we both love trains. This is just one shot that I took. Have a great day. Advertisements
If you follow this blog, you know that we are passionate about the people we photograph, but also trains. A few weekends ago, we went to the Strasburg PA Railroad – yes, it was freezing cold and raining but – hey, trains! So as a photographer we are always looking for that different view, something unseen … More Photographers Can Be Weird
Sorry I’ve not blogged recently, but! We got to go to the New Hope & Ivy Railroad in New Hope PA! Wow! What a beautiful railroad that is! I highly recommend it! So silly me, I forgot to bring my battery for my camera! Rookie mistake! But I couldn’t leave without taking some shots of this … More Is it Real?
I’m so super nervous, today is the day! Barry is selling our Railfan art at the Greenberg show in Edison! I can’t be there because I have to work and I have an event I’m photographing. Gosh, I wish I was there. Let’s see if I can help him out here. If you would like … More So today is it!
Please note, no one or train got injured in the making of this blog. Seriously, we never put ourselves in danger, we (well Barry) has studied trains for many years and knows what to look for, etc. We take photographs from safe locations. This is what goes into Railfan photography, or this could be … More How We Railfan
So this Saturday and Sunday (March 12th and 13th) Brass Frog Photography will be at the Greenberg Train Show in Edison NJ (Tickets can be purchased here http://trainshow.com/edison03/) . Now why would Brass Frog Photography be going to a train show? Well to sell our RailFan Photography of course. Why would you want to go to … More What are you doing this weekend?
I started to write this last night, but alas, WordPress ate it 😦 So I will try again. The love of railroads spans generations, little ones loving Thomas the Tank Engine, and therefore loving “big trains”. The love doesn’t stop when a child grows, in fact grown men (mostly) travel the countryside in hopes of … More What is Rail Fan?