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Dag 101 - Et hurtigtog



I går havde jeg planlagt og booket en forretningsrejse til Stockholm med SAS. Alle fly var jo aflyst, så vi besluttede at mødes med vores forretningspartnere på halvvejen mellem Stockholm og København.

Målet var den lille by Nässjö i Jönköpings amt. Vi besluttede os for at tage bilen og turen tog 4 timer både fra København til Nässjö og fra Stockholm til Nässjö. Vi var fem deltagere på hver "hold". Dermed tilbragte 10 mennesker sammenlagt 16 timer i bil for at holde et 8 timers møde.

Vi besøgte postterminalen i Nässjö hvortil også jernbanen har spor. Så mens vi snuppede lidt frisk luft i en pause, så kom der pludselig et "hurtig" tog kørende forbi. Fordi jeg ikke var forberedt på dette, så blev lukkehastigheden ikke justeret til f.eks. 1/500 sek, men stod kun på 1/30 sek. Så kameraet kom hurtigt op til øjet og så panorerede jeg kameraet fra venstre til højre mens toget passerede. Dette resulterede i en vis skarphed i toget og en tydelige "bevægelseseffekt" i resten af fotoet.


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