So I've had my new D750 for about a month now. It's been mostly utilized as a family snapper with all the holidays. I'm mostly interested in landscape and adventure photography but subjects have been limited with all of our rain here and the fact that I live, for the moment, in middle Georgia. So I decided to make a serious effort photographing the local coal burning electricity plant located on a lake near my house. Plant Scherer is the 5th largest electrical producer in the U.S. and the largest single point source of carbon dioxide in the States (yeah us!). 2-5, 135 car coal trains from Wyoming unload every day there. The following were taken over two different days and processes in Aperture, NIK, and Capture NXD. I'm just sharing for the sake of sharing but any critiques on what works and what doesn't is appreciated. I guess you'd say I'm practicing for something I'm interested in and that's nighttime landscapes of mountains.