Ever wondered what it’s like to be at the very front of a train as it speeds through the countryside? Now is your chance to find out!
You might remember Tamás Rizsavi as the photographer on top of Budapest, who climbs incredible heights in the Hungarian capital to take photos from a new perspective. In his everyday life, he is a train driver, and the commissioned photographer of the Budapest transport corporation, 444.hu writes. His newest project is a time-lapse video of the view from the front of a train.
The 3-minute time-lapse video is made of 5033 photos stringed together to create the illusion of movement. It documents the train’s 60 km journey from Kunszentmiklós-Tass to Kőbánya-Kispest.
Check out more of Tamás Rizsavi’s work on his Facebook page.
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