A Ben Amira, le long de la ligne de chemin de fer du train minéralier, on peut voir ce wagon d'une compagnie ferroviaire belge (!). Il est là en permanence. Les couchettes accueillent les voyageurs de passage.
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macondo (18623) 2010-09-10 5:51
I can't believe no one has found this photo interesting enough to leave a critique. I think your viewpoint and use of the wide angle lens gives this an amazing perspective. The man seems so tiny compared to the train. I like the detail, which is quite sharp enough, and the gradient in the sky. It's a minimalist photo but quite dynamic, I think. Good scanning job, too.
sayeed_rahman (6249) 2010-09-10 10:23
Ohhh..ok this is some heavy stuff, some real photography i would reckon...your compositions are so powerful, your work such a study, i take each as a lesson..
the details of the impression of the welding on the side of train, thats detail..man in the robe..thats reportage, thats love for photography..
sorry i cant help it :)
tomescuc (3291) 2010-09-10 12:12
great POV here, travel ad for Mauritania, contrast between giant coach and typical man with horizon far far away ... voyage to the end of the world here
bartekp (4746) 2010-09-12 14:23
C'est superb pfoto! J'amie bien ca: La composition et les colores sont fantastique.
HFASSOURAKIS (4) 2011-06-19 3:25
superb angle and colors as always
a train alone into the dessert and the driver is looking if everything is OK
mafegan (8624) 2012-01-28 15:37
The wide angle and your pov has made this a most unusual capture - so creative. Perhaps could have been a little sharper. Excellent. Cheers, marlene