Hello Boston!Wonderful b&w!I loved this shot!"...I wish I could understand the secrets and mysteries of life, this arrangement of arrivals and departures, this web where people are meeting each other, intertwine and mixed win another direction ..."A Nice week for you!Léia
Fabulous Shot!!(I also take the train to work on a daily basis, from Cascais to Lisbon and back to Cascais, alongside the sea and the river...)Have a great Monday!
I get a vision of you going to work with your laptop and posting on the move. Reportage par excellence.
This is a great composition, Clueless. And absolutely perfect in monochrome.
Hi!Great B & W shot! Perfect! I drive to work every day! Have a great day!!Sherrie
I love this . sooooo romantic ...
Very nice photo! Did you have to run after the train to catch up?;-)
I love that you did this photo in b&w. As Leia alluded, it truly captures that feeling of "coming and going". Leia, beautiful poetic thoughts....
hey... thoroughly enjoyed your blog. Lovely pics... love the way the light is used....i have added your blog to my blogroll at Dubai Photo Story. This is probably the first non-Dubai blog that I have added.Great stuff. I look forward to dropping by more often
oh wow!this is excellent!!
Wow! Great photo! It surely captures a gray Monday morning! Love the composition!
This is a fantastic shot. Right out of a old movie.
I love this shot. To me, the b&w enhances the oops-it's-Monday-I-don't-like-public-transport feeling!
I really really love this shot!
A fine study in Classical Realism. Bravo!
I like the idea of black and white Mondays. Your train is perfectly suited to the spirit of a Monday morning. The fog adds a bit of mystery, I like it.
Groovy! I can imagine you hopping on the T ... don't trip!
Wonderful image! Thanks for sharing this.
today is the opening day of baseball and you just hit a grand slam.
Great composition, great photo! Great!
Perspectives are my favorites. Check my blog tomorrow :)
Wow clueless! This photo proves that you are FAR from clueless! Great perspective in this capture.
Perfect shot because it is done in black and white instead of color. It looks WAY more dramatic and moody this way. Joyce
Great B&W. Makes the photo much more interesting...
This picture tells a lot of stories..
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