The train to Kanchanaburi (35mm)

Olympus XA3 Kodak Gold 200 35mm
Olympus XA3 Kodak Gold 200 35mm
Olympus XA3 Kodak Gold 200 35mm

Three shots taken of the train that took us from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi.

Two shot whilst in motion. One was pulling into a station and another where I tried to capture the traffic we held up and the chaos the train caused to the normal everyday rhythm of Thai life.

I like the feel of these photos and feel they each capture a moment of Thai life.

The Kodak Gold 200 is a nice everyday film with a nice warm feel to it that reacts well to bright light.

The XA3 sets the shutter speed so there’s minimal control apart from the aperture so you do feel at the mercy of the camera. Not necessarily a bad thing though.

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