71 thoughts on “Last Train.

  1. It’s the way the that everything apart from the runner seems frozen in time, as if nothing can proceed unless he gets on that train. Beautiful.

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  2. Also a true motion for me, its composition, its content and even the lighting. Unusual but effective yours. Cheers Bart

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  3. Perfect in every way in capturing this simple drama of everyday life. I love the contrast between the blurred motion of the figure and the “frozen stillness” of the subway train…the opposite of ours eived experience of reality!

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  4. I immediately thought of the French master of photojournalism, Henri Cartier-Bresson, when I saw this dramatic photo. What a story it tells!

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  5. Such a great photograph Josephine: light, balance, atmosphere, movement, dimension. Congratulations and thanks for sharing. Best wishes πŸ™‚

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  6. Hi, I like this because of the movement in the movelessnes, speed in still live.

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