Tag Archive: Station

Curves at Kyoto Station

Curves at Kyoto Station, Japan a fifteen story high futuristic building by architect Hiroshi Hara.  I am sharing this post  with The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Curve.

Circle

Hyllie station is built as a disc over a shaft in the ground where four railways pass on their way to the Öresund bridge and Malmö. The circle is thought to remind of… Continue reading

Varberg station reflected in windows of train with graffiti

Travelling by train yesterday I saw this graffiti when I left the train. Tried to catch it with my phone. When I looked at afterwards I also realised that there was excellent reflections… Continue reading

Silver clock reflection at Nagoya station

I am fascinated with reflections and always look out for them in water puddles, glass and metal surfaces. Here I have caught myself in the silver clock at Nagoya railway station. There is a… Continue reading

Waiting

A Word a Week Photography Challenge: Waiting, We’ll meet in Nagoya station by the gold clock. But it is a bit confusing as there is a clock on both entrances. One is silver… Continue reading

Train station below Kastrup Airport

Our World Tuesday: The train station below Kastrup Airport, Denmark, waiting for the train to Sweden. It is ten minutes to the nearest train station on the Swedish side. Kastrup is a big… Continue reading

Shinkansen

Our World Tuesday: The famous bullet train in Japan. Shinkansen is very comfortable with good space for the legs.

We’ll meet in Nagoya by the gold clock

Our World Tuesday: We’ll meet in Nagoya station by the gold clock. But it is a bit confusing as there is a clock on both entrances. One is silver and made by Seiko,… Continue reading

Nagoya Metro

Our World Tuesday: It is quite amazing the order amongst people waiting for the metro in Nagoya, Japan. Waiting in orderly queues and when the train arrives everybody steps aside and let everybody… Continue reading

Kyoto Station

Our World Tuesday: Kyoto Station, Japan is a fifteen story high futuristic building by architect Hiroshi Hara.