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Canadian Pacific Holiday Train
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The beautiful Canadian Pacific Holiday Train makes it's arrival in Kleinburg, Ontario.

Photographers galore show up to take pictures in the dark, not realizing that they need a tripod to use such low shutter speeds.

A lone photographer with a panorama head discreetly shows up to capture this serene imagery while the main crowd stands about 10 cars back on the opposite side to listen to the band.

Little piece of trivia... my family thought I had left without them, not realizing I was there at the engine on the opposite side of the train.

I walked home alone and didn't speak to my wife or inlaws for the remainder of the evening.

Merry Christmas to all... and to all... a goodnight.

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16820x8410
Hochgeladen: 03/12/2009
Aktualisiert: 03/07/2014
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Tags: christmas; holiday train; nashville road; trains; canadian pacific railway; inconsiderate inlaws
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