This is a really interesting take on the traditional subway pictures with the over-saturated colours. The slight desaturation works well in the context and the people work to your advantage to give a sense of scale to the frame.
This is one hell of a great shot. My husband and I had a good argument about which station it was, until I bothered to read the comments and find out it was Waterloo, hehe. ^^ It's pictures like this that inspire me to get off my arse and do some photography, which is something I've been meaning to do all my life.
how the hell do you do it lol, make such interesting shots with such a low spec camera you realy put the saying that its not the tools, its the people who use them into perspective and put us digital slr users to shame
love the amount of detail in this shot, so much to take in and figure out before the whole shot really makes sense. The perspective, reflections, the way youve put the camera close to the rail, the motion blurr, the depth, cirlcle shapes all come togther to make a really interesting shot.
THIS IS DEFIfdNITELY NOT CANARY WHARF OR VICTORIA.
It's Waterloooo, you fewls.
There's only one station with two walkaalators on the whole of the London Underground.
GET IT RIGHT. sorry. i 'sm pissed.d