BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

METRO (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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Montreal’s Metro or subway was built for Expo ’67, The 1967 International and Universal Exposition which the city hosted marking Canada’s centenary. Over the years the system has been expanded and is a quick and efficient way to get around town. As we descended into the station a train had just pulled in and so was my interest, attracted by the lines and colours and shadows. I rather like it in black and white as well. Something different for a change.

20 thoughts on “METRO (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. I love all those lines and shadows. It’s interesting that the ceiling is so high. Great capture, Belinda, and nice timing with train pulling in!

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  2. Cool shot! I’ve never been on or in a subway station before!

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  3. Two good captures that I like. Are you on a little bridge over the train?

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  4. Both are nice – lines and lights!

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  5. Excellent perspective!!

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  6. Beautiful shot – the colour version gets to me more. A 🙂

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  7. What an interesting and unique shot, Belinda. Great point of view. Though I like it both color and B&W, my eye is especially drawn by the colored lights in the first photo.

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  8. I like it in both but b/w/ works well. It emphasizes the lines. Sure is clean and sparkling there.

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