Waiting - Kikuna, Japan

Japan has an excellent public transportation system and their trains are the envy of the world. Lots of trains mean lots of railroad crossings, which means a fair bit of waiting, at times. I usually don’t mind, it gives me a chance to shoot. Whenever I capture motion blur, all the better.

At busy crossings, I’ve occasionally waited for up to four trains to pass from both the right and the left. Imagine that. 4 trains within a few minutes. Hard to believe in the United States.

Shot with the Pentax Q7 with the standard zoom lens at a 29mm equivalent using the in-camera black and white mode. Part of my new Deep Blacks Collection.

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