Tracking the Light Daily Post: German Tram-Train at Dusk

Karlsruhe, Germany, May 2011.

Dawn and dusk are great times to make urban images where there’s a mix of natural and artificial light.

The reduced amount of daylight and the change in color temperature helps control contrast, simplifies exposure, while making for a more dramatic image.

I exposed this view of a tram train under the shed at Karlsruhe on the evening of May 11, 2011 using my Lumix LX-3.

The Germany tram train system allows specially designed light rail cars to share tracks with mainline trains. The system greatly benefits passengers and maximizes the use of the railway network.
The Germany tram train system allows specially designed light rail cars to share tracks with mainline trains. The system greatly benefits passengers and maximizes the use of the railway network.

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Tomorrow: Dusk and an annoying cone!