I am not a person who takes my cameras everywhere with me. I understand that I will lose some shots and I am perfectly fine with that. The only exception is if I am on vacation, then I will have my camera with me everywhere. While on a recent trip to Belgium, I found myself spending some time in the train stations as I city hopped from one end of the country to the other.
The rail stations in Europe are fantastic photography opportunities and many resemble museums in their art. Others are much more pedestrian, but either way they represent a great opportunity to capture some of the daily patterns of life.
Here are a few that I captured while in Belgium just to show what can be done. None of these would be considered "portfolio" quality but captured within the other pictures I have taken of Belgium, help tell the story of its people and their lives. And more importantly, taking them brought me great enjoyment...