2 March, 2005 • Express Train
F Train ~ Somewhere in Brooklyn ~ 6:35pm - Click for next Image

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F Train ~ Somewhere in Brooklyn ~ 6:35pm


  1. Just amazing. I can't get over how good your photography and the content is.

  2. The tilt is spectacular -- really gives it a feel of motion.

  3. I'm so glad I don't commute anywhere.

  4. I love the 'seeing eye', near bottom left corner - excellent work!

    2005 - year of the cattle? ;)

  5. Pretty crowdy, even by Indian standards. But atleast they do not fear falling off the train.

  6. What camera / lens do you take most of your photos with?

  7. Canon D20, 24 & 50mm lens. I can't say enough about this camera! But then I think the quality of the files speak for themselves. They require very little work.

  8. Just splendid!

  9. Wow! Like the others have said, it makes me grateful that I don't have to commute. That looks so claustrophobic....

    And wow! Your comments popup is loads faster - have you tweaked it to speed it up?

    Talking with my wife, we were saying that there is a real Edward Hopper feeling to some of your photos, in terms of showing humans looking isolated and melancholic in an urban environment.

    Thanks for the daily updates, they're excellent.

  10. The 20D is a huge camera to carry in such a crowded train! You always keep it hung around your neck?

    Excellent picture, though.

  11. Still looking, still enjoying. More than that, every shot has a unique feeling and oint of interrest. In this one the Eye. Still going strong!

  12. "The 20D is a huge camera to carry in such a crowded train! You always keep it hung around your neck?"

    My thought as well. I used to snap pics on the train with my tiny Nikon coolpix 775, but now I feel like my D70 is way too big for subway stuff. Maybe I just need to get over it.

    Travis - you really do capture the nyc subway exp well.

  13. awesome shot. it's such a massive mix of different people, cultures, thoughts passing with, bouncing inside a train..

  14. Great picture. It captures the essence of rush hour beautifully.

  15. this one is great
    hard to believe you pull out the 20D and stick it in people's faces
    your images are great

  16. This one is great because it shows the diversity of the New York subways.

  17. Great image.

    My thought on many of the images is:
    How come nobody gives you any trouble?

    I would like to take images like these too, but after a few instances where people took offense and were agressive towards me, I keep my camera turned off.

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