Tracking the Light Bonus: Virgin LUAS Sees the Light!

I’ve written before: always have a camera at the ready. I live by this rule.

Minutes ago (8:20 am, 7 October 2015), I was hastily making my way to the Dublin airport bus, when I spotted LUAS tram 4012 dressed in Virgin advertising making its Heuston Station stop. (Tram featured yesterday in ‘Extra: Virgin Luas . . .’).

With one hand on my suitcase, I grabbed my Lumix LX7, adjusted the exposure dial, and put myself in position on Sean Heuston Bridge to catch the tram in the window of morning sun. After exposing photos, I jumped on the 747  bus, where I am presently.

Dublin bus has free wi-fi, which facilitates extra posts such as this one.

Virgin LUAS at Heuston Station.
Virgin LUAS at Heuston Station.
Exposed with a Lumix LX7.
Exposed with a Lumix LX7.
The trailing view has my shadow. Can't win everything.
The trailing view has my shadow. Can’t win everything.

Tracking the Light Posts Daily!

Lumix LX7 view from the 747 bus. Contrast adjusted using Lightroom. Posted from the the bus.
Lumix LX7 view from the 747 bus. Contrast adjusted using Lightroom. Posted from the the bus.
Lumix LX7 view from the 747 bus. Contrast adjusted using Lightroom. Posted from the the bus. (That's not a Virgin tram, so I'm told.)
Lumix LX7 view from the 747 bus. Contrast adjusted using Lightroom. Posted from the the bus. (That’s not a Virgin tram, so I’m told.)

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