This is definitely the last of the shots that I'll be putting up from my recent trip to Southend-on-Sea, and I'm really not too sure that this one was worth bothering with. Recently, in attempting to take more shots of people, I've realised that the shots that work best are those that tell a story. And I suppose that I could tell a story about this shot – about the compartmentalisation of peoples lives, or maybe something to do with the pace of modern life – but I'm really not sure that it would be all that interesting or compelling, but do feel free to disagree ;-)

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capture date
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cropped?
Canon G5
8.17am on 1/7/04
f3.2
1/400
aperture priority
+0.0
evaluative
50
25.1mm
RAW
auto
no
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