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2010-10-05

symphony in grey and yellow


Squeezing a long tramcar through a zoom lens is fun.

Ryssviksvägen (map) 21 September 2010

9 comments:

VP said...

You need an ampty car and some bright colors. You got both...

Luis Gomez said...

Excellent shot! Somehow very industrial as well.

Halcyon said...

I love seeing different types of public transport. Great shot!

Per Stromsjo said...

If you'd want to create your own symphony in grey and yellow, some ideas can be found here...

VP: For certain purposes, the end stop is the best part of a tram line.

Luis Gomez: Almost like a printed circuit board, with a stretch of the imagination...

Halcyon: Certainly a recurring theme here, glad you like it.

Got your tickets in order, folks?

Jacob said...

Yes, I always like the way a big zoom compresses distance...except when watching a golf tourney 'cause it gives one a skewed sense of yardages.

Re your comment on Florida Fotos: There are different kinds of jungles...this one was very quiet...some, though are very noisy.

Mo said...

You knew I'd love this one.

arabesque said...

it is fun, the yellows are striking and i think i;m seeing M's.

JM said...

Really cool, Per!

Answering your question: I only use pocket size cameras, therefore there are no special lens ever in my photos. I think the Secretary Bird shot was taken with a tiny Olympus back in 1999 before I had a digital camera... :-)

Per Stromsjo said...

There's a bit of a controversy brewing on whether or not these are good-looking tram cars.

Jacob: The skewed sense. Fun v/s reality then, sort of.

Mo: As a matter of fact I did!

arabesque: ...and now you have me looking for M's as well.

JM: Many thanks.

Always good to have you all stopping by.

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