“Ungefähre Landschaft” (unformed or indeterminate landscape) is a recurring metaphor in novels and short stories of Swiss writer Peter Stamm.
Photos taken from a car window with manual (de)focus (both: KonicaMinolta 7D, 24mm, f2.8, ISO 100), December 2005.
Amazing how lonely you can be with many people, especially when underground.
I took the first one when in Boston for a meeting in June 2008 (KonikaMinolta 7D, 45mm, f4, ISO 1600).
The second one I took in Tokyo in September 2008 when attending the IVA conference (KonicaMinolta 7D, 50mm, f2, ISO 125).