Time Warp to the Future


No, this isn’t really a time warp to the future. Appura Pai took these long exposure shots while riding Japan's New Yurikamome Transit Line. The photographer got in the front car, in order to get the perfect angle, then took these mesmerizing shots that explode with an immense amount of light and movement.

The New Transit Yurikamome is an automated guideway train that connects the large artificial island of Odaiba to the rest of the mainland, by passing through the Rainbow Bridge.














Appura Pai’s Flickr photostream
via [This is Colossal], [Ignant]



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