One / 96

Soon it will be 100 ‘One’s, but before I get there, a few more to go.

Seen on Lund railway station in Sweden (I just liked the orange jacket between the splashes of orange on those three signs):



  1. Splendid composition….,

  2. I agree. The splashes of orange lift the whole shot nicely.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Nice orange touches, and I love the pattern along the edge of the platform

  4. Yes, good splash of orange. Happy weekend, Sue! Got plans? 🙂 🙂

  5. Great capture – orange in Sweden is look out … or danger.

  6. Were you tempted to change the yellow to orange or blue?

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