No, you are not being too sensitive. And I'll preface the rest of my comments to say that I'm also a rail fan that has operated equipment from the full sized on down to scale models that fit in the palm of your hand. And I also love taking photos. Combining the two is fabulous. But taking photos on the track like this is just plain stupid!! There is no two way about it. Not only is it illegal, it is extremely dangerous. All the railroads have a policy concerning taking photos, here is Union Pacific's. And trust me, if they catch you, it's a big deal. It is so dumb and dangerous that even Operation Lifesaver, a national organization for public rail safety education, has had to devote resources to the subject. I don't care if you can stand in the middle of the track and look up and down it and see where it ends in both directions, never take photos of clients on them, it'll just encourage others to do the same and they won't be so lucky. How would you feel if your subject got hit by a train, how do you think they'd feel if you got hit by a train? Any self respecting photographer should have the smarts to never suggest to a client to take photos on tracks and the guts to tell a client NO if they request photos on tracks.Hey lovely images all around. I generally don't give unsolicited critique but I just needed to comment on this particular shot. Technically it's perfect. However I think having them walk on train tracks completely ruined the image for me. Seeing a baby on railroad tracks makes me tense up and is just very uncomfortable to look at. A family portrait like this really shouldn't be about danger in my opinion, but that's just the feeling I get from viewing. The same shot on a path in the park might be more fitting, or am I being too sensitive?