My apologies for the late post, but I know how this guy feels. I spent most of the day doing yard work and I am exhausted. This will probably be the last of this series since I have stopped regular travel to DC for the time being. I really want to go back and make […]
It is easy to overlook the importance of the people who do small jobs to keep things running. In this case, I saw an opportunity to have the custodial worker be the center of attention by photographing him at the intersection of two strong lines. This is one of my favorite photos of the series.
You’re on your way out of the city, everybody is tired, and the carriage is completely devoid of energy. This brought a smile to my face. Oblivious to the misery surrounding him, this kid found a bit of joy clowning around. -Matt
Some stations on the Metro have split levels with trains passing over each other. This provides a fantastic place to people watch.
PDA’s are in-style this season on the Metro. They missed the same train as the girl in the previous post, but came up with a better way to pass the time. Oh, being in love is so much fun. -Matt
This picture is actually a few years old now. It is quite probably the impetus for my interest in the Metro. I took several frames before the person in the middle noticed right before he got off at a stop. As he did he turned around and looked at me and I got a nice […]
I am probably one of the few people left still enamored with the DC Metro system. The carpet is stained and the concrete is cracking, but it is still beautiful. I still see the signs of the grandeur that its architects originally envisioned. The next few posts will be a series of photographs taken traveling […]