Tuesday, 18 November 2008

My World Tues - Across the Tracks



I was visiting New York Portrait's blog and saw a posting entitled Across the Track. That reminded me that I have a similar photo and so here's mine!


This photo was taken at the Subang Jaya's Komuter train platform. I don't always take the train but when I do, I always enjoy taking photos of the train station and my favourite are photos of the passengers.

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12 comments:

uncleawang said...

Terima Kasih for viewing my blog.
You are most welcome to Sarikin and I'm always around to assis.
Have a nice day.

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2sweetnsaxy said...

Nice photo showing the daily life for some people.

chrome3d said...

Those benches don´t look so comfy but it seems people are happy with them.

Louise said...

A colorful picture--both color and people. I love the diversity.

kbguy said...

It' so easy to take the train, but not on certain hours. But eeeiii, I just hate those pick-pockets !!

JennWasHere said...

Good thing it was okay for you to take pictures there. I am always afraid to take pictures of strangers because they might take it negatively.

Have a look of my world here. It was so great seeing your world!

fishing guy said...

JC: Where you also waiting for the train when you took this photo?

The Good Life in Virginia said...

reminds me of waiting for the train outside of rome...

thank you for sharing and have a wonderful week.

erin

Bobbie in Hawaii said...

I wonder if those passengers knew they were being photographed? Thanks for this little peek into your world at Subang Jaya.

soulbrush said...

ha ha i also love people -watching!

Alicesg said...

Cool, very interesting to see this part of Malaysia.

"Use your first smile, your first form of generosity, of love, of kindness—use it at home; start at home. And if there is something left over—if … your plate is just full of abundance of patience and goodness and smiles and joy, then by all means, you should go … and offer that to others. But we must begin at home." by Dr Robin Smith