Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/40, F4.5, ISO3200, 10mm)
Reblogged this on Conceptual Art.
Thanks for the appreciation!
Great feel. I actually remember thinking how much character the metro stations in Spain had while I was visiting Madrid, esp compared to the metro stations here in New England. =)
Hola, yes, very interesting to see the difference between the older stations in Madrid and the newer ones; especially in the old ones there’s lots of interesting fresco’s, ruins that came exposed and are now museums in the stations and this Chamberí station takes you back to the sixties!
Lovely shot with great composition and texture. You have an eye for turning the mundane into something intriguing!
Thanks very much, Noeline, thats a huge compliment!
Definitely has the underground grit and feel to it, nice shot!
Thank you, Marcia!
Unsurprisingly, it reminds me of older bits of the London Underground. Dark, windy, smelly, but quite an exciting place to be.
Hola Margaret, this had the same feel to it, apart from the fact that now there was a woman at a desk letting me in for free 🙂
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