Categories Enfuse Photos Urban 62 Post author By Rian Post date March 12, 2009 25 Comments on 62 ..taken last december on a wind buffeted subway platform in brooklyn.. Tags 62nd Street, MTA ← off-duty → augmented reality 25 replies on “62” I like the juxtaposition here of the light and dark. Good eye. Great contrast between the shady zone and the sunny one. Very cool lines…balances the photo nicely Agree with Brian, beautifully framed shot. Love the lines and the the way you’ve framed this shot…great work! I like the obvious dividing line in this capture and you should know how I love tracks, trains, and such. Wonderful light – it looks fantastic on those wooden boards in the roof. Love the centering and symmetry of this. Really nice. Reminds me of the first time I was in a subway that went above ground.. in Queens. Not knowing it did that at the time, I thought surely that something was wrong. I like the symmetry of this shot and the strong perspective that it creates. Nice one. Nice leading lines. Cool balance, Brain; great work! i like the symmetric approach on this shot along with angle treatment, nice work! cool lines and great perspective here … This is great! What great symmetry, but still have such a strong difference between dark and light. The left side of the platform must be ‘the dark side’ 🙂 I also agree with Brian I like how half the frame is shade the other light. I could have sworn this was Europe, Rian! And therefore universal?? hmmmm…nce angle and very good perspective. Regards form Yogyakarta City, Indonesia. Very nice shot…one can just feel the crispness in the air. The half and half makes the picture in our view. The wide angle perspective draws everything towards infinity and makes us dizzy…. Nice like how the light split the picture in two.. a sunny side and a shadow side, very cool. Always like these long tunnel views. Excellent capture Rian. looks so makeshift with the plywood and 2x4s visible. like this particular perspective with the pink buildings on one side and blue shadow on the other and the way there’s another quarter of the image to the left of each of those. very nice capture my friend that is so well thought out with the split of shadows and sunlight on either side. Excellent! great play with shadow/light using that perspective. Really like this one! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.