Sunday, October 19, 2014

Shadow Shot Sunday

It's almost rush hour at the Nyugati
(i.e., Western) Railway Terminal in Budapest.
This beautiful structure was built in the 1870s
by Gustave Eiffel's company—and Eiffel's
hand is evident here, I think 
(more than 
decade before he built his famous tower).

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  1. I like the shadows and reflections shown here. Very nice!

  2. Not sure why but I get the impression of a chess board (with a game going on!)

  3. The shadows are amazing! We took the train from Vienna to Budapest last year but sadly I don't remember the train station at all.


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