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At the end of the Line by scottjamesprebble At the end of the Line by scottjamesprebble
At the end of the Line By Scott James Prebble



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Camera: Nikon F5 Professional 35mm Film SLR [link]
Lens: Tamron 19-35mm 1:3.5 – 4.5 Wideangle
Film: Agfa Professional Optima Prestige 100 35mm Film C-41 Process
Presentation: Scanned original image



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My new book ‘One Step Forward’ is available now through Lulu Publishing [link]




© 2007 Scott James Prebble. Unauthorised use prohibited.
No permission to manipulate/reference this image will be given.
Any money made from print sales goes straight back into the art.
All models are 18+ disrespect one and you WILL be banned
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:iconborjapascual:
BorjaPascual Featured By Owner May 22, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Featured HERE. Congrats!
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:iconmacbell:
macbell Featured By Owner May 11, 2008
Nice ;-) . . . .
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:iconreevadeeva:
reevadeeva Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2007
I like this one, nice composition and colors
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:iconthatiam:
thatIam Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
oooo the yellows are so Hot! ... sneaky little bad boy are ya ... had to laugh at the Toronto references ... can't imagine a TTC (toronto transit commission) Cop hunting anyone down because they've got a camera ... they're usually too busy looking for the ones shooting with bullets :(
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2007
Jesus, yeah I bet....
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:iconsrsmith:
SRSmith Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2007   Writer
Too many of these old stations are being renovated, and the great typography and tile-work is being replaced with sterile crap.

I love these old stations - I've spent many an hour in them - and your perspective is great.
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2007
It is a damn shame isn't it.
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:iconatlantian777:
Atlantian777 Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2007   Photographer
Oh, very cool Nicely done!
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:iconscottjamesprebble:
scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2007
Thanks a lot.

:D
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:iconmarkeatworld:
markeatworld Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2007
definitely digging this one. and the dodgyness of taking it all.
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