A little of nearly every kind of commute home.
Niles Canyon, CA
A seasonal train wrapped in Christmas decor makes for a sonic boom of light when exposed for a few seconds in the dark of the night deep in the East Bay.
The photographer, dangerously close to a commuter train in the heart of San Francisco.
Version (angle) 2.0 of the aforementioned Crazy Train, a nickname my shooting partner and I have endearingly given this seasonal beast.
A commuter train passes quietly in the night. A fellow photographer crouches in the lower left. And some street lights cast lens flares into the photo.
One of the very first long exposure film photographs I took. This one of a Caltrain heading North into San Francisco.
Yet another commuter train heading into San Francisco. This one snapped from near SFO, in the middle of a lake.
A passing Amtrak train snapped from a safe hiding spot in a famous New York City tunnel.
Caltrain, heading North into San Francisco via the underground.
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