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February 27, 2016 AT 4:00 am

Markus Fischer beautifully highlights Switzerland’s public transportation in series At the Tracks #celebratephotography

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Nice write up from Creative Boom discussing Markus Fischer’s At the Tracks. We love that this series was done in black and white.

When we think of Switzerland, what immediately springs to mind are beautiful green mountains and snow-capped peaks, Swiss chocolate, CERN and world-class watches. But one thing you might not consider is its dense network of public transport, totalling 24,500 kilometres and comprising of more than 26,000 stations and stops.

In his series At the Tracks, Swiss photographer and designer Markus Fischer wanted to highlight this little-known fact by photographing people using trains, buses and trams as part of their everyday lives.

Read more and take a look at Markus Fischer’s Instagram

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