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Zhalainuo'er Mining Railway

Steamy Hollow

At times the steam activity in the pit could be so intense that you didn't know where to point the camera next. It was often possible to get three or more trains in the viewfinder at the same time, all moving in different directions. This shot taken on 11 March 2005 shows a coal train loading at the bottom of the picture. To the right of the shovel, a train of empties heads for one of the other loading points. On the higher level a loaded coal train is entering the reversing station while an empty spoil train (left) and a loaded spoil train (right) wait to make their next moves.
camera : Fuji S2Pro
lens : 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6
focal length : 118 mm (177 mm eq.)
shutter : 1/500sec
aperture : f/9.5
ISO : 200
original : Digital 12MP JPEG
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