This is the first shot I've taken in ages that I'm truly pleased with, mostly I think because it fits my idea of what this sort of shot should be about ... if that makes sense. Put another way: I travel to work by train two or three times a week – sometimes more, sometimes less – and if I'm not reading or dozing I like to watch the other passengers as they idly watch the world go by. I guess, is some ways, that this sort of shot is a double reflection: their thoughts reflected in their expression, their expressions reflected in the window of the train. Anyway, philosphical rambling aside, I'm pleased with this one.

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10.57pm on 11/11/05
Canon 20D
EF 50mm f/1.8 II
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1/60
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100
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C1 Pro
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