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a few minutes before boarding the Eurostar to Paris I passed by one of the many cafes in the St Pancras raylway station and shot this candid
Thank you for all your comments on my previous uploads and have a nice day
Many thanks to Jeff (cats_123), Andrew (Scaramanga) and John (alsoppdigiltlart) for their UAs
I do like the way you get it to look 3D..
Another magic mono...
10 out of 10 ...
just love your processing
Life as we know, life as we see it, we are all on our way to somewhere.
Great work once again your style is yours alone, and very good it is.
Good eye good work long may it last.
Boredom, over-priced coffee in paper buckets, and the anxiety of 'Did I pack his medication?' Oh this is so recognisable.
United in their disinterest?
You really should have called this one Brief Encounter. It looks just like the scene in the station tea-room (well... maybe thirty years on in age) - 2:50mins into this clip. Wonderful shot.
this lady's look is a gem
[quote]You really should have called this one Brief Encounter. It looks just like the scene in the station tea-room (well... maybe thirty years on in age) - 2:50mins into this clip. Wonderful shot.
Thanks Rob, very interesting clip! Love old B&W films!!!
Excellent! You are so good at these and they are most enjoyable!
You're a poet of everyday life!
Brilliant. I think Nonur's just summed it up for me.
Isn't that bloke famous? That poor lady....very pensive. Penny for her thoughts.
The lady is the star in this drama....what is she worrying so about...where are they going...is the husband ill...She seems resigned to her fate.
superb...he has lots of deep pockets, so clearly a tog....she looks more like something out of Dr Zhivago
great mate! i was not gonna add a comment because is difficult to find words to make your photos justice!
I lovel mono for these candid type shots. A super image...............Sandy
I'm assuming they didn't pose for this. Like something off a film set, oh I see someones already mentioned that. Excellent work.
I wonder what she's thinking - Well done!
I think you've inavertently stumbled upon Vanessa Redgrave and Donald Sinden rehearsing a scene
'Superb casual emotions, toning, processing, details, & Composition,' Al,...on this very effective monochrome reportage Shot~
~ Great Work ~
Great processing as ever
Super processing of this candid shot... A moment caught, well executed
Quote: Boredom, over-priced coffee in paper buckets, and the anxiety of 'Did I pack his medication?' Oh this is so recognisable.
It seems Moira has been here before you. Together but separated by the different priorities of life, we are after all so shallow and ordinary when under a little stress.
train travel in a nutshell! I really fell for her!
I have never been to the new station, just can't face the idea of going to Britain by tunnel. And the to drag you bags from one end of Paris to the other by underground is also not very appealing. But here is a part of life I miss travelling by car!
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