I noticed these three women as I was waiting for my train the other evening. Each of them had two pieces of paper with a letter on each, and they lined themselves up as this train arrived – they were obviously waiting for someone. This shot though was taken as the same train left, just after they'd realised that the person they were waiting for appeared not to have arrived.

A couple of minutes later, as I listened to them wondering what had happened to this person, one of them received a phone call asking them where they were. Apparently the person had arrived, got off the train without noticing them, and wandered out of the station. They all laughed, but were obviously dissapointed that their welcome message had been missed.

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Canon G5
4.58pm on 26/7/04
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