Photographer's Note

This image was taken in Leipzig's central train station. It is the biggest of it's type in Europe. Badly hit and nearly destroyed during WWII, it was restored till 1965. In the last years, the front building was converted into a huge shopping mal with around 140 shops.
When trains are late and you have to wait for hours to get the next connection, a train station can become a place to find interesting motives.
Here, I was fascinated by the reflections of the main hall's roof on the train's windshield. You may have impression of the structure warping into the glass.

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