Nothing steamy here. It's always interesting to see the black and white (b/w) version of a color photograph. Back in the days of Kodak Tri-X the world was seen in shades of gray. With practice you can actually perceive scenes in b/w based on color content and tonal qualities. The biggest standout of these photos is how green leaves are seen in shades of gray - almost none existent. B/W also tends to add a moody component that color sometimes does not. The rail cars were photographed near Hawkeye Downs in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.