This album is called “Landscapes Unseen”. The images are from a moving train between Penn Station in New York and New Hyde Park on Long Island. As the train was moving I noticed that passengers were mostly involved with their electronic devices, talking on the phone, playing games or reading books; totally oblivious to what was going on in the real world right outside their window. Hence the album title.
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