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A tram called desire

Everybody is waiting for something

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Somebody is waiting for the end of the working day

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Somebody else for a lift home …

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… I was just waiting for the tram. A little bit longer than usual.


Posted by lorenzoborghi on December 5, 2015
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  1. 12/6/2015

    A very nice series. The nearly total lack of humans in your images creates a feeling of isolation and loneliness.


    • 12/6/2015

      Thank you! It was the typical tram-stop loneliness 😀 while everybody else was already downtown at Christmas markets. At least I had my camera with!


      • 12/6/2015

        You’re welcome. It is good you had your camera with you. You just never know.


    • 12/10/2015

      However, the D800 with a 50 mm is easily above 3 Kg and it is a pity I cannot have it always with me. I looked around for more portable cameras but I trust no one being better than a heavy reflex. Do you have maybe a difference experience and something to suggest as light replacement? Thanks!


      • 12/10/2015

        Personally I’m dragging around a a DSLR. Many of my friends are purchasing the mirrorless cameras from Fugie and Sony. They report good results. For me the cost of an entirety new system is prohibitive.
        Best in all your photographic endeavors.


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