Lovely shots, Dianne. I always find railway stations a little sad, somehow...
each is delightful and you're right, our eyes are forever on the lookout, it's kind of obsessive. Your second photo was my fave'
I agree Nick ... In our country they are usually shabby cluttered and dark .... Perhaps they need a revamp like Manhattan Grand Central Station.
Very grand. I believe you will be waiting for a long time in that part of the station.
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Your third image is especially wonderful, Dianne. Lovely elements creatively composed.
Lovely windows, the lighting so appealing. Photography does indeed teac us to see more.
Photography is the art of seeing. Nice shots of the train station.
Lovely views to see in an age where all our railway stations are becoming more uniform and sterile. That third shot is especially pleasing.
Splendid work in this composition, you got great reflections on the glasses and it's beautiful!Léia
I agree Dianne we do become very observant of subjects which we may have previously taken for granted. Your last photo reminds me of Martin Scorsese and Hugo.
Very nice photos. You used your waiting time very well!
Well it gives something to do when waiting for a train. Great shots, you are getting an interesting eye.
Such pretty shots!
That last photo is gorgeous!
There's nothing shabby, cluttered and dark in these images Dianne, they look very elegant, the windows are gorgeous!
Ever since I started photography more seriously, I seem to look at things quite differently. Nice shots.
Imaginative captures Dianne - Love the rich tones embodied in the shot of the clock and window frame. Thanks for sharing.
Nice railway station (and good shots of it too).
That middle shot is very simple but very lovely, Dianne.
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