one city through our lenses
The north bound tracks at Södertälje Syd railway station, a 20 minute ride south of Stockholm city by regional trainSödertälje Syd (map) 2 May 2009
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pixels by peter
Tried something like this many times, never with so good results. You found the right 'bend', which here would be covered in litter, cans and various trash.
Härliga spår! Ska tänka på dig och denna bild när jag åker på dem till Göteborg i morgon, det är Nordisk Kviltträff där :-) med tusentals kvinnor och ett par,tre män...Utställningar över hela stan...Trevlig helg!
Great shot. Actually it looks like that you had risk your life for this photo! Did you?Buenos Aires Photo
@Vogon Poet: That's sad and true of many stations in Sweden as well.@Buenos Aires Photoblog: Thank you for your concern. I was standing safely at the end of the platform, so there was never any danger.@Lena: Till Göteborg på Nordisk Kviltträff! Häftigt! Jag hoppas och tror att du kommer att få en underbar helg!Thanks all for sharing the railway tracks with me!
That is quite a maze - but I like the various lines and curves...it's really a super shot!
I like this shot. It's also a very special station situated on one of Europe's longest railway bridges. The view from up there is quite something. It is however also a dreadfully windy place to be waiting for a train in the winter.
That's a lot of electricity! Nice shot.
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