Some views inside the bus and outside the smeary window of the M15 going down 2nd Avenue on what was one of the hottest days this year. Sunday. Memorial Day.
I got to see a Chinatown when in DC. So cool. Great pictures!
Thanks Lisa! Hope you had great fun in DC, maybe NYC next!
Love the feet and white leggings:) (Is that a baseball uniform?)
The bright blue laces caught my eye (it was a long bus ride …). Please know how much I hate to disappoint you but he was wearing faded skinny jeans! 🙂
I’ve never seen a baseball uniform so it was a guess cause of the bright shoes!
I’m so impressed by how successfully you are able to react on-the-fly like that, Ms. K!
Still lifes are enough to give me fits!
Bust stops and red lights came in handy that day, not to mention a window seat – as dirty as it was! As for your still lifes SiG, where to start on what you turn into masterpieces!!!
A fascinating way to people watch. What fun …!!!!
Thank you Isadora, it was also a fun way of playing with the camera!
Beautiful pictures. It’s interesting post. Very creative!
The bumpy ride made it more creative, thank you Arindam!
the first picture is nice and colorful and full of plastic 🙂
They did catch the eye!
Travelling by Bus does give some great photo opportunities – Nice selection 🙂
I was on the bus, with my camera, only as part of the journey to one of my favourite parts of NY – Redhook, in Brooklyn. The photos I took there are OK/SoSo but it was very hot and my time down there was rushed ie I wasn’t on my own and it was a slight case of “can we go back now . . .?” The bus ride was the fun part! Thank you Martin for your company!
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Hey there! The Dark Globe follower appreciation post sent me. I like your photos – very cool. 🙂 I think I like the last one with the overlapping images the best.
Hello Paige! Isn’t Dark Globe sweet, and thank you so much for popping along!
Another Excellent work from my friend Patti 🙂
Jake, this is what happens when I play with a camera (because I’m not really sure exactly what I am doing . . . !).
Love your style!
A little different to paddling a canoe, lucky you!
It’s amazing how much life and reality we can capture from inside the bus or behind a window. So much unguarded and real moments, expressions and interactions. Wonderful post. Thanks.
Sometimes a quiet bus can be the scariest place of all don’t you think!
I like the refraction and reflection in that last shot. I’d like to see that one in b/w with fairly high contrast.
I really appreciate your comment, thank you so much and I am going to have some fun with that last shot!
Love the pictures. Thaks for visiting, come again. The more the merrier.
You’re welcome and thanks for riding the bus! We all need more merry and thank you for yours!
Like a ‘Google Bus View’ 😉
Complete with grotty windows!
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