Southeast pause

The train stopped all of three minutes the other day, and about sixty seconds into that pause I looked up to notice the perfect scene framed up by the window. Pity it was darker outside than it was inside, and so the lights and innards of the train reflected back harshly. One little corner was salvageable, however, and this is it. Something about it looks really 1920s, and so I applied some extra grain, even though the skyscrapers on the horizon defeat that feeling. The moment I snapped this frame the train started moving again.
Southeast pause
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