Photographer's Note

Looking back on the past few years and what i have experienced I'll try to upload in as much a chronological order as possible.

Back in 2011 I worked for a few weeks at a Pratt&Whitney and China Eastern joint venture jet engine shop in Shanghai, China.

From my hotel in Chongning I had a wonderful overview of the surrounding elevated expressways. Traffic is an almost constant thing in the larger cities of China, very busy and less busy.
I shot this photo while balancing my camera atop a wallet, a pillow and a whisky glass around 8PM when traffic a little less chaotic.

Unfortunately shot through the windowglass of the hotel, the airpollution problem that China and especially the larger cities have becomes very present as light reflects off the unclean glass.
Exposure time was 10 seconds.

Sorry about the lack of quality and composition mistakes, but as much as this a travel through time it is also a story of my own developement over time.

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