1,000 Photos a Day on the Trans Siberian

Magnum photographer Jacob Aue Sobol spent a month taking pictures in three cities and from the train windows between to make "Arrivals & Departures" — a collection of images from the Trans Siberian Railway.

The cities he focuses on are Moscow, Ulan Bator, and Beijing. He’d take pictures, hop on the train and start choosing the best ones with his girlfriend. From 30,000 pictures they settled on about sixty.

FJP: Goodness.

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    How many photos do you take in one day? This guy took...railroad. I think I might try
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