Yeah, it's funny how the camera pics up the light that way. The street's normally not that eerie.
The snow's mostly gone, and the trains don't go by that often, but if I catch them you can bet I'll post 'em somewhere.
Camera/film/sensor takes the picture as it sees it. Its sensitive to light in certain frequency's and that happens to be one of them. Our eyes/brain adjust for it. Its like a automatic light filter. Its not till we see a picture that we realize its happened. There are filters available to correct for it but I sort of like the oddness of it.
Yeah, I like the oddness of it too. Those last two wouldn't be nearly as cool if they were colored as we see them. It's more fun to see things through a different set of "eyes".