Michigan Central Train Station is a Detroit landmark. It was one of the most famous and grand train stations in its time. But now it sits in ruin...a fitting analogy of Detroit itself.
I shot these from my car. I wanted to walk around and get better vantage but there were some "sketchy" people around so better to be safe than sorry. I'll be back on when the weather is nicer and try to take some better ones.
All the pics, save for the 1st one, was taken using minolta Rokkor 200mm f4. I was very impressed by the sharpness of this lens and it will definitely have a place in my bag at all times.
Labels: minolta rokkor, Nex 5R, sony nex