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Mesmerising train journey shots


Getting bored on the train is pretty much a given. It's a long journey, devoid of entertainment and overrun with those damn members of the public. Hell, in other words.

So, we might often utilise our quite impressive imagination and conjure up some sort of exciting story for where we're going and what sort of fantastical world is waiting for us on the other side. What, just us?

These photos, from the incredibly talented Celine Ramoni, help to make it all a bit more possible. While travelling on Japan’s New Yurikamome Transit Line, she took long exposure shots of what was lying in front of the train.

Train journeys suddenly upgraded to not boring at all.

To see more of her work click here.

(Images: Celine Ramoni)



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