The ubiquitous mobile phone

Seen through a passing train window, another person glued to a phone:

…and here, someone on his phone on this platform, and through the train window on the opposite platform …..we can just make out a woman with her phone:


  1. I’m starting to think there is something wrong with me. I never look at my phone unless it rings. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. What I hate the most is seeing kids on their phones while they’re walking and they barely look up when crossing the street.

  3. I like the frame within a frame effect in the first photo, particularly.

  4. Amy

    Great capture of the first one!

  5. Good captures, Sue. I swear that some time in the not too distant future, babies will be born with a cell phone appendage. 😱☺️

  6. Was she taking a picture of you taking a picture of her?

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