The Tallulah Falls Railway, also known as "The TF" and "TF and Huckleberry" was a railroad based in Tallulah Falls, Georgia to Franklin, North Carolina. It was commissioned by the Georgia General Assembly on Jan. 27, 1854 and conducted it's final run on Mar. 25, 1961.
In 1955 Walt Disney selected the railway as the location of principal photography for the Great Locomotive Chase. The rural location of the track closely resembled he setting of the actual chase which occured nearly 100 years earlier in the town of Kennesaw, Georgia.
I started getting serious about photography in the mid seventies. It took me a while to switch from film to digital, but now I'm a total convert. Although I try to get the best shot possible in camera, I'm a big fan of post-processing. I love the creativity that's possible with a digital camera and a "computer darkroom". I've painted off and on for most of my life with oil and acrylics, so I can't resist the temptation to turn a lot of my photos into digital paintings. I also love color, and like to really make it "pop" sometimes.
I'm a Florida native now living in the mountains of Georgia, in an area known as the Enchanted Valley. There is plenty of beautiful scenery and interesting things to shoot.
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