9 March, 2005 • Express Train
F Train ~ Carroll St. ~ 6:35pm - Click for next Image

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F Train ~ Carroll St. ~ 6:35pm


  1. What a great combination of the stillness of the old guy reading the paper and the rushing around of the people on the platform.

  2. OMG this is better by the day. I love your work.

  3. Whrere do I begin? This shot is so wonderful, as are so many of the others. I love the subway entrance shot near Prospect Park and the blurry one of the two folks walking on the platform (is it 4th Avenue or Smtih & 9th) on the F line. I've been sending your site to everyone I can think of who may be interested in the photos. Checking out the new photo has now become part of my morning routine, especially welcomed on a miserable, icey morning like today!

  4. The blurred person who is wallking past the big 'CARR' part of the sign reminds me of LS Lowry's stick men. What a snapshot of life - so strange to imagine what those same people are doing now, all those thousands of miles away from my middle england middle class life.

  5. I love that the newspaper pages are each folded in half. An urban butterfly?
    Also great to catch the people on the train in the ad, umm, above the person on the train!

  6. Great shot, I'm guessing that your camera was set on the seat, or your lap, for this shot? If it was, how do you manage to compose such great shots without looking through the viewfinder. I've been trying to take more shots like this recently and I've been doing it usually from my hip, I find it very difficult to compose my shot and I sometimes leave my subject out of the frame completely. Anyways keep up the good work!

  7. Here I sit at my computer in Brisbane, Australia....Looking at the NYC subway, and remembering the hours I commuting to the Board of Ed headquarter in Brooklyn....You captured the experience and the drudgery of commuting perfectly...And, you managed to catch some amazing images. Keep up the good work....

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