Friday, March 19, 2010

Rush hour London


I took this photo while standing on a railway platform situated over New Cross Road in south east London.

It is a true snapshot, in the sense that I took it very quickly, using my pocket camera. I had to hold it as steady as possible and stretch my arms over the bridge wall to get a clear shot. I pressed the magic button and ran to board my train. You can't get snappier than that!

I thought it'd be interesting to show you what traffic looks like during the evening rush hour.

5 comments:

Deepak Acharya said...

I feel that I am there :)

Tinsie said...

Thanks for saying that. That was the idea :-)

VP said...

Sometimes quick snaps turn out nice pictures full of life. This is certainly the case here.

Jacob said...

You are one happy snappy photographer! Good job. But why are all the cars going the wrong way? ;-))

Tinsie said...

@ VP: Thank you!

@ Jacob: Shhhh... *they* think they're going the right way ;-)