This summer I made my first trip to Detroit, also known as America’s automotive center, The Motor City and the birthplace of Motown. While my stay was brief, it was packed with character:
The joy of train trips comes from the on-the-ground perspective. It was a welcome change to move through small towns and catch glimpses of daily life. Ordinary time can be extraordinary time. There were also the landscape scenes: natural, artificial, and urban. Can’t help but wonder how they’re all connected, beyond the railroad track.
Looking forward to another trip, hopefully by way of locomotion.
Nate Burgos is a designer who is ever curious about design and designing at Design Feast. Photos by the author.