Last Saturday I joined 56 other ardent photographers at 0-dark thirty in Sacramento to photograph in the California State Railroad Museum. It was one of over 1100 groups (32,000+ people) in Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photowalk. Our leader had secured permission for us to be in the museum before the public and therefore able to use tripods. This lends itself to some interesting possibilities especially HDR. This shot is of the galley in a dining car. As I began to work on it, it moved (of its own accord) from being photorealistic to more like an illustration. Norman Rockwell’s paintings come to mind.