Rush hour, Grand Central Station, New York.
Taken from Grand Central Light
In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge.
I miss the grandeur of Grand Central, the feeling of ‘going places’–even if that place is home. Lovely.
No matter how many times I pass through the main hall with the soaring space and ethereal ceiling, it never loses its magic. (I also never fail to make myself laugh by saying to myself, “It’s like Grand Central Station around here!” ’cause I’m simple like that.)
Reblogged this on leileivagueart and commented:
Nice–it has to be black and white.
Many thanks for the comment.
Wow, really great. I love these contrasts and not to show all of the people.
Many thanks. The back lighting helps too.
The feet that moved and stopped, the shadows that appeared and vanished. Nice pic!
Thanks for stopping by.
Wonderful formation of light and shadow DW!
Thanks – it gives it a spooky feeling too.
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