Geneva Station—one week ago.

Last week I visited Geneva, Switzerland where I made these photographs.

For the station building, I worked with my Lumix LX7. While the SNCF train was photographed using my FujiFilm X-T1.

Geneva, April 2017. Exposed on a cold morning using a Lumix LX7. Here I’ve tired to integrate the station with the street environment around it. Compare this view with the one below that focuses more on the building.
The great length of Geneva’s station makes it difficult to capture in one image. In this view I’ve cropped much of the building and my use of a wide angle lens has led to some dramatic distortion.
Here I’ve oriented my Lumix vertically to capture the interior of the concourse and ticket area. My purchase of Swiss passes at the offices at the right cost me more than my Lumix did three years ago. Yet the passes were well worth the cost, as the Swiss railway network is one of the finest in the world.
The tracks at Geneva are elevated. This platform view of an SNCF train was made using my FujiFilm X-T1 digital camera. Although the locomotive is back lit, its silver and lavender paint photographed well.

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3 thoughts on “Geneva Station—one week ago.”

  1. And me thinkin’ it was in Chicagoland! On the “Roarin’ Elgin” – the latter city being apparently named after the Scottish “Elgin”, but with the last three letters pronounced as per the drink rather than as for the Scottish town. The endless fascinations of the Transatlantic divide!

  2. Is Geneva the city with the large lake within walking distance of the city center? I recall staying in a hotel across the street from the main station and walking to the lake during the 90s. TSH

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