photo by serpentine miner, via Flickr photostream
A well composed and moody shot — those are some angry looking clouds — of the U1 train near Berlin’s Schlesisches Tor station. The photo was taken with an older point-and-shoot, a Pentax Optio S51. The image was composed with a shutter speed of 1/400th second, aperture of f/4.3, an ISO of 80 and a very wide angle focal length of 5.8 mm.
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Categories: The Art of Transit
Say, is that the same Berlin that has a MAJOR system that uses no tunstiles, no faregates, but Proof of Payment?
And Berlin is where the convention center and hotels issue guests/attendees an all-zone transit pass that is valid during their stay and can often be printed from home.