Catching the light….

Late afternoon at Waterloo

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38 comments

  1. Railway stations are infused with a very special atmosphere, a bitter-sweet mist of farewells and welcomes.

    m

  2. I really like that Sue – the lights and the figures silhouetted on the platform. A bit like something I did on Blip the other day except yours is much better for having some life in it – http://www.blipfoto.com/entry/5041844

  3. Such a wonderful time of day. Gorgeous photo Sue 😀

  4. love this shot – there’s something about trains in stations.

    • Oh, Mrs C…I have missed you! My Reader hasn’t shown any posts from you lately. Glad you like this post, there certainly is something about trains in stations 😀

    • Thanks, Sue! I just had to take that shot…fortunately I had the camera with me. Now I have the little mirrorless, I intend my camera to be with me most of the time! None of this missed shot lark….unless I’m driving, of course

      • I actually have photo envy Sue. When we were it Italy I kept snapping photos of trains and hope to do a post some time. Ypur capture is brilliant. Wonderful to have your camera with you!

      • Oh, thank you, Sue! Well, the number of missed shots I’ve had in my life! The one that stands out in my memory is a huge bright red sun in Greece, framed by pine trees- we were driving at the time, and by the time we pulled over (a minute or so) the scene and the moment had gone.

  5. Love train travel Sue, your atmospheric shot made me very restless….

  6. Recognised that venue immediately 😉 Nice balance of light and shade – highlighting the ripples in the skin of the leading carriage. The staff will be gearing up for the evening rush as the day winds down.

  7. There is always something special about a railway station in the golden hour – I do not know why – but your photo encapsulates it.

  8. Very nice capture Sue 🙂 Light can make an otherwise dull photo amazing and yours is amazing! 😀

  9. Wonderful mood and atmosphere, beautiful light!

  10. poppytump

    It’s a photographer who stops and takes advantage of something like this Sue 😉 That sweep of light along the carriage is perfect for the figure silhouettes !

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