Yunlin High Speed Rail Station, Yunlin County, Taiwan April 7, 2016
Category: Art, design, Photography, Taiwan, Uncategorized Tagged: design, High Speed Rail, High Speed Rail Station, HSR, Pay telephones, Photography, reflective, stainless steel, Taiwan, telephones, Timothy S. Allen, Yunlin County
Very nice. Red and gold works well.
This was one of those opportunities for the asking. The light was changing slowly so it gave me an opportunity to take a number of shots.
Yes it caught my eye. Sunglasses time. The entire interior is of this material.
Good photo Allen. I was impressed that you could find still functioning pay phones. 🙂 –Curt
Thank you. Pay phones in Taiwan are also becoming less available. Cell phones are ubiquitous.
Like the rest of the world…
Really beautiful Tim
Thank you. Waiting for an artist to arrive gave a perfect opportunity to take some images of the interior of the station.
I like the tension you get from the lack of symmetry.
Jim, thank you. I’m looking at some other shots I took to see if there are other vantage points that might make the composition a bit better.
Yes, I really like that, Tim.
Tommy, thank you. It was fun finding shots in this very bright space.
I’m seeing fewer and fewer of these in my neck of the technological woods.
It does appear that way. Cell phones are being ubiquitous.
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