Where is my position? At what hour I will arrive?
Maybe I am too busy with the coordinates and the places are passing at the speed of a distraction. Moments that condense themselves. It’s like this to travel in the GPS era. POIs impose and control the discovery of unknown places.
These photographs document a round trip with no particular importance nor symbolism. Way and return in a train, between Berlin and Poznan. Non POIs are registered at an aleatory pace of a look in the GPS navigator. However, the return shows the essence of any voyage: the confrontation with the other.
Landscape is a common place as much in travel as in photography. The will to register moving landscapes is common to both the traveler and the photographer. These photographs come from the two. Here it is the path:
A - 52°15'37"N 15°13'11"E 123Km/h near Toporow
B - 52°19'55"N 14°54'00"E 060Km/h near Rzepin
C - 52°20'14"N 14°25'57"E 145Km/h near Frankfurt Oder [ ]
D - 52°29'13"N 13°25'28"E 000Km/h Hermannplatz
E - 52°21'18"N 14°11'35"E 172Km/h near Berkenbruck
F - 52°20'39"N 14°41'33"E 134Km/h near Gajec
G - 52°16'38"N 15°20'27"E 101Km/h near Bucze