Sunday, April 17, 2011

Mid-Morning Subway Station


I don't think that I have ever had a whole subway station to myself before - both platforms were completely empty. So this is my shot of a completely deserted Spadina subway stop. A wee bit creepy I must say - I'm accustomed to a lot of people around in the city! And I haven't noticed a public phone in a long time!

12 comments:

Jack said...

Isn't that odd. Your photo, though, is pretty nice. Look at the varied yellow patterns . . . lines in the ceiling, circles on the wall, rectangles and a stripe on the floor and spaced rectangles across the track!

LĂșcia said...

Love the yellow tones, all the photos you take where you explore the perspective are great!
Have a good new week! ;-)

Eyeliquor said...

Great 'sundaymorning' capture!
Well done!
The public phones are disappearing one by one..

Sharon said...

That has happened to me a couple of times in Europe. It is a bit creepy.

VioletSky said...

It makes you start to doubt yourself - are the trains really running...?

Randy said...

Looks like a scene out of dream.

Linda said...

Very unsettling. You hope that when you go out of the subway you'll find that the world is still inhabited.

Leena said...

This is a very intensive picture, thank you!

llandudnopictures said...

It looks like a scene from a post-apocalyptic movie - when do the zombies leap out from their dark corner?

EG Wow said...

Hmmmm. I must admit I think I would have felt a bit nervous being their alone!

Halcyon said...

I still haven't taken the subway yet. But I have noticed there are lots of public phones around.

Birdman said...

What a public phone? Ha!