Train Transit

By: Gustav Hoiland

Feb 10 2011

Category: street

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Aperture:f/7.1
Focal Length:44mm
ISO:800
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 7D

After Work

Extended wanderings through Boston have led me to some of my old haunts. The front doors of architecture firms I delivered plans to whilst messengering. The winding streets I stumbled upon while here for orientation four years back. The train station (pictured) that I hauled three bikes in addition to some serious luggage to on the homeward journey of yore.

The difference is I’m seeing them all again with a camera in hand. Perhaps not so much seeing, as reading them visually. When the Canon’s ready to fire at the squeeze of a mittened finger, the eye does not rest.

And I’ve got nothing to say about this shot… except perhaps that I notice I’ve been including lots of overhangs in my images as of late. Where there are overhangs, there are vanishing points. And no sky generally. It really packs the frame tighter… maybe.

For this weekend, it’s overhangs, not hangovers. I hope.

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