Shooting Turkey Gap

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Tyson Rayles, Dec 17, 2002.

  1. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    on my n-scale Nantahala Midland. The gap so named for the flocks of wild turkeys seen there on a reg. basis.

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  2. interurban

    interurban Active Member

    Hi Tyson, that is one darn good shot,
    hard to believe it`s N gauge :p
    The scenery is awsome:cool:

    Are you going to show some more :)
    OO and where `s the turkey??:eek:
  3. Vic

    Vic Active Member

    Another great photo my man!:) I been sorta waiting for a new one:D Seeing as how that's Turkey Gap I'm sure that the train crew does not go for want around Thanksgiving and Christmas:D :D :D
  4. Drew1125

    Drew1125 Active Member

    Excellent photo, Tyson!
    I like the way you've framed the train with the scenery!
  5. kettlestack

    kettlestack Member

    Dog-gone-it Tyson!! you dun went and did it again :eek: :eek:
    A super photo with a startling depth-of-field ... How DOOOO you do it? ... surely not with a digital camera? :confused: :confused:

    Wait a sec! ... It was a film camera on a "B" shutter setting. I can tell coz the turkeys flew right over before the shutter closed! :D :D

    You've also got a photogenic layout, great work.

  6. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    Thanks folks :) , Errol it is a digital camera (cheap one no less). If you look close you will see the very front of the loco is a tad fuzzy. A higher $$$$$ camera would solve that. The trees in the background along with the sky is a photo I stuck there so you couldn't tell I still don't have any trees on "great stuff foam" mtn. that you would normally see :D ! interurban the sound and vibration from the loco clears the turkeys out 15 min. before the train gets there! :rolleyes:
  7. t. alexander

    t. alexander Member

    Really nice shot and modeling Tyson.

    So thats what it take to move them birds. I've got a non mufflerd beetle But it don't seem to phase them. I still have to stop and wait for them to cross the road in single file.:rolleyes:

    I don't blow my horn at 'em as that would be rude. :D

  8. marty w.

    marty w. Member

    :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
  9. rich maiorano

    rich maiorano Member

    nice shot tyson nice:D :D :D :D rich
  10. Lighthorseman

    Lighthorseman Active Member


    Beautiful work, Tyson!:)
  11. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    Thanks guys! :)
  12. Gary Pfeil

    Gary Pfeil Active Member

    Tyson, Nice shot, just needs the headlights on!

  13. jon-monon

    jon-monon Active Member

    Never seen onea them shootin' turkeys. What kinda piece they pack? :D :D :D

    Pretty kewl, Ty. Hope ebberthins OK at the Doc.
  14. Tyson... what a beautifully conceived photo! Once again, you've brought it all together: the model, the scenery, the composition, the whole nine yards. Outstanding! :cool: :)

    [Now about this wild turkey business... is that the bottled variety or the flying variety? ;) :D :D :D :D :D ]
  15. jon-monon

    jon-monon Active Member

    Ah, now I get it, the other kinda shooting. Shots. I guess shooting turkey gap is where the engineer takes his shot of wild turkey so he will have the nerve to try and make it up and over the pass? :D :D :D
  16. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

    Hi Tyson,
    Excellent scenery and photo, I like the setting.

  17. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    Jon, Casey you are having to much fun with this thread! :D Gary, knew I forgot something. :eek:
  18. Ralph

    Ralph's for fun!

    Neat shot Tyson! Love all that vegetation! So....what?... No N scale turkeys? :)
  19. sumpter250

    sumpter250 multiscale modelbuilder

    Loookinn' gooooodd! I can see you've been busy.:D :D

    I'm sure there are! They're just not here on the gauge.. :D :D :D :D :D

    Like,, I'm supposed to resist THAT opportunity!!!???????;) ;)

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