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  1. agentlossing

    Scenic WWII Radar Station, California's Lost Coast

    We took a short camping trip down from Oregon to the California redwoods over the weekend. On the way back, we took a gravel back road and found this intriguing location: a WWII radar station built to look like a couple of farmhouses on a spot overlooking the Pacific. These were built in...
  2. Darmok N Jalad

    Stroll Union Station

    I don’t get to shoot architecture much, but knowing where I was headed, I grabbed the EM1 and the 9-18 as my solo lens for the trip. Featured is Union Station in Kansas City, MO (USA), which was the once the big hub when ”by train” was the primary long-distance travel option, apparently the 3rd...
  3. Power

    Power

  4. Power

    Power

  5. SIJ - Day 12

    SIJ - Day 12

    A seen I have been seeing the entire week, but tonight the light was like I wanted to see it.
  6. SIJ - Day 4

    SIJ - Day 4

    The modern ICE train from Germany passes by at 120 km/h, while the traveler is reminded of an exhibition of the Jewish history. Today was an in-between day. Storm hit the Netherlands the day before and another storm is predicted for the next day. It was a quick stroll today.
  7. SIJ - Day 2

    SIJ - Day 2

    In my hometown, a typical commuter place, I consider the local train station to be best place for street photography. Anywhere else people are just to aware of your presence. The station has a very sober architecture and while it is usually a quite busy place, it is also a location that...
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