when the train takes its time

Public transports are striking in Belgium today, just like the days before and the days that follow. Train networks in the South has been and will be paralized for more than one week.

And when something, like waiting for a train that is delayed for half an hour or that never comes, becomes a part of our daily life, there’s always a way to adapt to the new situation.

(by Cu)

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2 thoughts on “when the train takes its time

    1. Thank you, though this post wasn’t exactly meant to be a portfolio review.
      The way of filming hands flipping through pages of a sketchbook is something that is done a lot in my school so I just kind of did it without being conscious 🙂

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