Saturday, 2 June 2007

Night moves

I caught a late train back to W-wa Jeziorki, arriving at the station more than half an hour after sunset. With ISO sensitivity set at 3200, I took this snap (above) of the Karczunkowska end of ul. Nawlocka. A fifth of a second, wide open, hand-held.

Incidentally, the end of May saw in the new Warsaw night bus numbers and timetables (the biggest shake-up in nocturnal transport in over 40 years). Gone is the old 606 night bus running down to Jeziorki; it is replaced by the new N83. Four buses run each night from the centre of town through to PKP W-wa Jeziorki then back into Warsaw. Below - the bus stops serving ul. Trombity, picture taken in late-April; note the '606' number in white on black. [All the old night bus numbers started with a '6', new ones with an 'N']. There's something magical about these buses running at the dead of night.

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