High in Queens. NYC.
Fantastic and dramatic, Patti.
Thank you so much Jane!
What…no graffiti on the trains in the US? I can see some on the buildings below. What an atmospheric photo! In Australia you have to have proof of over 18 to buy spray-cans. I am never asked for mine. Great photo, Patti.
The graffiti train left New York years ago . . . . I took this shot near Five Pointz, a famous NYC graffiti destination which has since been pulled down and is probably now home to another tall shiny glass condo. So what are you doing with your spray cans Gerard?
You are amazing photographer!
You are so kind, thank you Julia!
Many thanks Bumba!
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Whow…very dramatic…great picture.
Hi Patsy…the reblogging was a mistake…pushed the wrong button on my cellphone…but it is a great picture.
I mean, Patti… oh boy… still early in Belgium…6 am…
Poor Geert, what a wake-up call for you – there’s a fine line between like and re-blog at the best of times let alone on the mobile. Hope you’re having a good day!
Gorgeous! Reminds me of my time living in Astoria.
The good old days!
Wow, Patti – scary! But I do love a bit of drama 😀
Here’s to drama, thank you Sue!
Wow! When isyour book coming out???
You’ll be the first to know, thank you Gill!
Thank you so much Herbert!
Love the monochromatic grays. Like a shot out of a 1970s horror film.
I can hear the voice- over now, thank you Julie!
I love the contrast between the subway and the dark clouds.
Thank you Cardinal! The silver bullet rides the clouds . . . .
Great shot. I’d like to see a James Bond train fight on that. 😉
But which James Bond?
Thank you Lignum 🙂
This is a spectacular image Patti 🙂 Superb work my friend !
Thank you so much Joe. This is when I say I was lucky enough to turn around and catch the scene.
The dramatic mood given by the sky and the light make this photo really interesting.
A moment for sure, thank you so much Robert!
That is just beautiful, Patti! Love your palette to bits.
That’s great to hear, thank you Richard. Something so lush about dark and stormy.
The ghost train, who wants a ride? Patti good photo.
Hahaha, thank you Chris!!
Nude metal carriages is so nice, wish there were more trains like that where I live! Congrats for the brilliant photo.
Great shot !!!
Print and frame it.
Love this shot! Congrats!
Thank you so much Pat!
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Thank you, Light, for making that magic. Thank you Patti for getting it to the rest of us!
That a little light should go a long way, thank you ever so much Lyn!
Hi Patti, very end of the world type photo….i love it. Have a good night
Thank you Mark and wishing you a great week!
dark and moody 🙂
Thank you Joshi!
An excellent shot!
Thank you so much Elena!
As dark as it is here right now 🙂
It must be spreading . . .
Like an opening scene to a movie- the play is about to begin. Such foreboding.
Loving all the different thoughts – apocalyptic, end of the world and now the beginning! Thank you so much Ruth!
My thanks to you Annie!
We all need an unwavering optimism to go trough those dark times.
I’m in major catch up mode today, Patti (did I tell you that already? Just an explanation for several comments in a row!)
You’ve managed to almost make me FEEL the weather in this shot. Super!
Always great to hear from you Laurie, big thank you and hope keeping cool where you are!
With you all the way Marcelo.
Can feel the thunder with the metal…it is dramatic indeed!
That special Queens feeling. Thank you Hedy!
Interesting light Patti – love the ‘metallic’ colors 🙂
Fascinating isn’t it what happens up there with the weather. Thank you so much Martin.
Expressive shot, Patti!
Big big thank you Anette!
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it looks so cinematic and so real at the same time… terrific shot, Patti, such great use of that dramatic light and sky…
is this part of the subway (or underground, am not sure which word is correct)?
Thank you so much Alexandra and yes, this the NYC subway, the part known as the El for elevated railway which still runs through many parts of the system but not as much as before. They have a fascinating history!
This is a real beauty, Patti. I never saw it before.
Such is the fun of exploring beautiful Queens, thank you Emilio!
how dramatic – so my first thought, but i see others have said the same thing. love the mood here.
Great to hear, thank you so much Kris!
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