Hi Alan. I do like the clean lines and surfaces in this shot punctuated by the three quite separate commuters. I also like the width height ratio. Suits this image perfectly. Your photos are worth waiting for. Hope you are continuing to enjoy London.
The graphics in this shot are fabulous - the lines with the contrasting orange circle - wonderful!! I love it, Alan.
This shot is so cool and sharp, I love the three characters, completely absorbed in their own thoughts!This week I was thinking about the many thing I miss about London, the Edwardian architecture, the variety of markets during the weekends, Boots, the museums, and obviously, the tube. I'd love to live in London again...Mind the gap. ;-)
This really is an awesome shot Alan. One of my favorites of yours. I know I would hang this in my office.
Once again my firend AWESOME! Love seeing your work.
Fabulous shot and commentary of the way we live out lives Alan.
Such a clever image Alan, a definite sign of our times..what on earth did everyone do when waiting for a train or bus before they had mobile phones, quelle horreur, they might have actually been 'aware' of the people around them!
GREAT! I love it! :-) Dorthe
A great picture. Must be very late or very early to have so few people waiting.
Joe - thanks. It's a standard 16:9 crop from the original 3:2 ratio.Pat - you need to visit London if you like that sign. You'll overdose on them within hours if you use public transport:-)Lúcia - Boots??! You miss Boots??! They have an online shop now - I'm sure they will ship to Brazil:-)Randy - praise indeed - thank you very much.Luis - thanks for your positive comments, all of them!Rae - thanks! Aren't you visiting London soon?Grace - I sometimes think I was born 30 years too late. I'm just about old enough to remember life before mobile phones and I think I preferred it.Dorthe - thank you for your comments:-)Mo - thanks, it was around 11pm, from memory.
I still have lots to learn about photography. All comments or constructive criticism are very welcome!