The XPT to Melbourne streamed through the railyards at the regulation 80kmph (50mph) as I blasted away with the E-3 set on shutter priority @ sequential shooting @ 1/2000 @ ISO500 @ EV-0.3. 1. I had boarded the train 3 hours earlier at Wangaratta with plenty of time to figure as to how I might best capture the artworks that decorate the rolling stock that on previous occasions had always eluded me. 2. I had booked my seat in advance choosing the left side at the very rear of the carriage and I was lucky to have the two seats to myself. 3. The light was overcast gloomy, the windows were coated with dust, so I wasn't expecting too much from the SWD, 12-60mm, F2.8. 4. It never ceases to amaze me how presumably jobless, impoverished young street artists find money to buy paints and materials to practice their passion. There's not a wall, a post, a fence or a weelie bin left unadorned. 5. I'm sure that Olympus did not intend that a new front element would be added to their Zuiko F2.8 12-60mm in the form of a tinted dirty train window! 6. 7. 8. A heavily overcast sky and the odd shower didn't do much to enhance these images either. 9. 10. 11. 12.