One / 102 Inside Out

Spotted from a train – I loved that old wooden building, so had to take the shot. But of course, loads of reflections from the window! And a man reflecting….

Inside Out

21 comments

  1. What body language in this one (“Oh, no. Do I have to catch another bus?” Or is it “I’m sick of living rough.”) and irresistible buildings.

  2. Those old buildings really add to the shot, Sue. The man seems to be looking along the track for a train that might never arrive…
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Laura Bloomsbury

    fascinating because it looks like you have captured two time periods in one. an interesting series – sort of through the looking glass to the power of 2. I like to take train shots but the interior lights make for too many reflections and the windows are sometimes far from clear/clean!
    Saw this article on ace photographer capturing time lapse through a window
    https://petapixel.com/2016/06/01/shoot-glass-leave-unwanted-reflections/

  4. arinuckptl

    I love the window-reflections as well. Very nice and cloudy picture! Love it!

  5. That looks like a station worth stopping at Sue. I’m glad you managed to take the shot from the window of the train despite the reflections. It’s a really nice image.

  6. Hammering towards no. 200 now, Sue 🙂 🙂 With one entirely disenchanted traveler!

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