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Bingo. Getting a clear shot of this particular power station from a moving train is one of life's little obsessions. And look, no smeary trees. Go on, tell me your moblogging tic.

Viv says:

well done

and don't want to think about it!

1st May 2007, 21:16

Caine says:

Ace shot. Current tic is birds in flight. If I do get them, they're too low, not all in the shot or too dark.

1st May 2007, 22:01

swamprose says:

the moon.

I thought at first it was grain elevators in western Canada.

no smears. kudos.

1st May 2007, 23:02

Geodyne says:

That's impressive - well done!

I'm such an photography opportunist, I'm not sure I have a moblogging tic!

2nd May 2007, 08:43

chocolate says:

ok congratulations on your victory. my tic right now is probably something i haven't shot yet ever! i just can't find anything ...

2nd May 2007, 15:51

I'm with Caine on the birds in flight, so many views of buzzards, kites etc round these parts but will they pose for a photo?

3rd May 2007, 11:59

this is a great shot. Not sure really what my tic is as I point the camera at things endlessly! but I do have a thing for sunsets

3rd May 2007, 18:08

OJ says:

Hello, I'm a photo opportunist too. It's just that this particular opportunity presents itself way too often. I probably haven't blogged it as many times as Kostika has her local station but I'm getting there. Flaming commute...

I'm going off to look for pictures of grain elevators in western Canada...

4th May 2007, 11:33

JokerXL says:

Good shot!
I don't have an attention span long enough to gain a "tic".
;-)

5th May 2007, 19:27

nige says:

i love this picture. maybe it's the colours. glad you banished your tic.

it's a good question too. my photo opps completely vary, depending on my day, so it's hard to establish what my tic is.

having said that, i do have a thing about capturing moving objects. anything thats moving fast, or mid-flight. it's "my thing".

16th May 2007, 08:46