This begins a series of abstractions (or semi-abstractions) captured in a railyard last week in southern Colorado. What caught my interest here were a number of retired rail-cars, all of the passenger variety. While I was taking these pictures it began to rain. The droplets created some unexpected effects. I’ll be posting the rained-on pictures later next week.
All the images were photographed with a GF2 Panasonic and the Olympus M. Zuiko F1.8 45mm. The focal distance for this lens is about the same as a 90mm on a 35mm camera. I love the lens and almost always use it without a tripod. Shooting this work was invigorating, something like stumbling upon a batch of good vitamins. With that in mind, I’ll only post one a day.