24 March, 2005 • Express Train
D Train ~ Union Street? ~ 6:50pm - Click for next Image

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D Train ~ Union Street? ~ 6:50pm

Home bound after school. I'm a bit like a kid when I get a chance to ride at the front of the train. I just can't resist the view.

I've been nominated for an award in "Street Photography" and also "New Photoblog" of the year. You can vote for my project at http://www.photobloggies.org. If you do stop by please be sure and check the other great photography that is up for recognition. Voting ends on the 28th.


  1. When I get the chance to ride the subway or commuter train, I also like riding in front. Except, I don't think I've ever noticed the colours before. Very cool.

  2. chapeau
    that wonderfull
    its magic
    bien vu

  3. Wow! The reflection of the people (and the lighting) give this a very supernatural feel. It also kind of reminds me of the Hauted Mansion ride at Disney World, if you've ever been on that.

  4. I had to stare at the image for a few seconds before I realized how you had shot it!

    Unfortunately here in Lisbon, Portugal the subway trains don't have windows neither at the front nor at the back...

  5. Great effect. They almost look like spirits haunting the tunnel.

  6. This shot reminds me not to get tied up in my own little world. If you really think of it, many things are always happening at the same time, even in your current prespective. The passengers on this train, as they read their books and papers, are oblivious to the luminated tracks and tunnel.

    Always take the time to stop and observe something you didnt see before! Very interesting world we live in. Thanks T!

  7. Wow, Travis. All of the previous comments have summed it up. I have been on the Haunted Mansion ride. I have also been on the subway in NY once or twice but never could imagine that it looks the way you present it. I love all the slices of life you serve up!

  8. simply a great shot - I love the idea of sticking to one theme (subways in your case)

  9. WOW!!! Simply amazing. Fantastic :)

  10. This is SO beautiful! At first I thought it was a double exposure and mused, "A, Travis, that's cheating." but then I realized it was a reflection. How cool!.

  11. I can barely bring myself to crop an image, let alone figure out how to paste two images together. I'm so happy this image made so many people stop and question what they were looking at. Photographing in the subway I'm always coming across amazing reflections and visual tricks. If you've looked at enough of my images you can see me in at least half a dozen images. Kinda like find Waldo. Thanks for all the wonderful feedback!

  12. Wow, I love the reflections, really cool. I'll definetly be voting for you at photobloggies. Keep up the good work!

  13. Great reflex-effect

  14. Ooohh..REFLECTION. I had to check the comments just to see if it was mentioned how it was done. And even then I had to go back and look again. Nice work.

  15. great idea! looks like there's a ghost car behind you; very cool!

  16. Wow! This is great! I was gonna ask you how you did it, but I see that you say it was a reflection. Well I STILL don't know how you did it! Great capture! I love all your work! Keep it up!

  17. Thank God I'm not the only one who couldn't figure this one out. Very creative!!!!

  18. Very nice... I love the effect of this image.

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