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Train Station, Rome

This is part of a series I have been shooting since 1970. I call it “Faces in a Train Station.”

I love the fact that I am able to shoot a frame-within-a-frame of people in windows.

Train stations are one of those places that people kind of understand that it’s okay to take pictures.

Sometimes they pose for you without being asked. Other times you can photograph them without being seen. Both can be wonderful.

Try it. You’ll love it. But you really have to put time in, dig deep, and don’t skim.


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Man in Train Window

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