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The Rhythm That The Drivers Made Greeting Card featuring the photograph The Rhythm That the Drivers Made by William Fields

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The Rhythm That the Drivers Made Greeting Card

William Fields

by William Fields

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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He used to carry his guitar in a gunny sack... more

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Comments (10)

Wayne Meyer

Wayne Meyer

This photograph is beautiful William! Great processing. l/f

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much Wayne!

Daliana Pacuraru

Daliana Pacuraru

Yes! Wonderful processing, composition and subject, William ! I can feel the rhythm, the sound and the power! My best regards from Romania! v/f

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much Daliana! Your kind words mean a lot.

Janice Sakry

Janice Sakry

Nice shot. I voted.

William Fields replied:

Thank you Janice

Sandi OReilly

Sandi OReilly

Excellent focus, tones, great capture, Bill, f/v.

William Fields replied:

Thanks Sandi!

Lo Tordsen

Lo Tordsen

Visiting from USA Artist News DAILY 1...v

William Fields replied:

Welcome Lo. Thanks.

Cheri Randolph

Cheri Randolph

William, perfect focus the powerful mechanism of the engine! Your processing has successfully enhanced the metallic gleam of the components. I, too, have a fascination with train travel and have a long-history of railroad men in my family. Certainly a more "civilized" mode of transportation, trains always add to the adventure and romance of a trip. Hope you get to check the Orient Express off your list one day! voted

William Fields replied:

Cheri, thanks so much. I was surprised that I could dig as much out of this one as I did. The original image was quite under exposed. The processing did bring it to life in an interesting way. I feel "civilized" is the most appropriate description for traveling on trains. I never felt that I had been packed into a can of sardines. I never worried about the recycled air I was breathing and it's potential health effects. And, when I was restless I could take a walk to another car to get a drink or a meal or just catch a little fresh air on the balcony. I sometimes met a person who intrigued and was willing to spend some time whiling away the hours looking at scenery that consisted of something more than clouds. Definitely more civilized.

Kate Brown

Kate Brown

Great abstract image! v

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much Kate!

Regina  Williams

Regina Williams

I love this it would look wonderful as a metalic print! V/G+/FB/F

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much Regina. I should get one done for the art fairs that I no longer go to; )

Joan Carroll

Joan Carroll

I still love train rides...they aren't the same as 'back in the day' but they do have a modern appeal. V

William Fields replied:

I have the Orient Express on my bucket list Joan. Thanks.

Artist's Description

He used to carry his guitar in a gunny sack Go sit beneath the tree by the railroad track Oh, the engineers would see him sitting in the shade Strumming with the rhythm that the drivers made People passing by they would stop and say Oh my that little country boy could play Go go, Go Johnny, go Go, Go Johnny, go Go, Go Johnny, go Go, Go Johnny, go Go, Johnny B. Goode There was a romance of the rails in the days of steam power and even into the days of diesel engines. American popular culture from folk music to country and western was loaded with freight and passenger trains for many a year. The trains had names that everyone knew. Names like the Kansas City Mule that ran between KC and Saint Louis. There was the Broadway Special from New York to Chicago daily. We loved the names of the trains. The California Zephyr, the Texas Eagle, the Coast Starlight, the Desert Wind, the City of New Orleans were all well known trains and many made it into songs, poems, movies and other expression...

About William Fields

William Fields

William Fields, Artist Two Soaring Hearts, LLC www.william-fields.artistwebsites.com P.O. Box 293 Hermann, MO 65041 phone: 573.486.5252 or 314.578.5767 http://www.williamfieldsartphoto.com/develop/ Art is my passion. I try to put everything I have learned from every great teacher and through every mistake I have made into each and every piece with as much passion as I have for art and for life itself. Artists have been accused of being self aggrandizing, long winded, name droppers. I hate it when the critics get it right! In an attempt to diffuse those kinds of accusations, regardless of how accurate they may be, I am writing this statement today. Each picture I make begins with a germ of an idea. I visualize how I...

 

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