Anyone who's traveled by train has seen the landscape outside of their car moving by in a blur. While most of us turn our attention back to our reading material and mobile devices, artist Rolf Sachs' finds inspiration. His photo series, called 'Camera in Motion,' aims to capture the effect of the blurred landscapes outside of his train traveling between Switzerland and Italy. The resulting images walk a line between landscape photography and surrealist art. 

Photo by Rolf Sachs.
Photo by Rolf Sachs.
Photo by Rolf Sachs.
Photo by Rolf Sachs.

While the photo industry continues to churn out higher-resolution sensors, it's interesting to see a photographer embracing the blurriness that we often seek to avoid. Read more about his process at BBC Culture and let us know what you think of his unique project in the comments.