A train just comes in to the railway station around midnight, passengers looking for their coaches.If one is not a train enthusiast one can never forget that initial surge of excitement mingled with awe as a great long train drawn by a giant locomotive, hissing and steaming and belching out clouds of black smoke, pulls into the station. The coolie (porter) clad in red and carrying mountains of luggage of all shapes and sizes jostles the passengers that pour through Indian railway stations every day. One the platform is the chaiwalla often serving tea in little clay cups or kulars that are thrown away after use (in South India one will find coffee instead of tea);
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leo61 (0) 2006-03-12 6:09
I can hear the sellers again.
Good foto from an interesting POV.It`s nice to see most people moving.
kajspice (4542) 2006-03-12 11:25
Use of the English language is getting much stronger...this description is exciting. Did you swallow a dictionary?
Detailed picture showing the hustle at an Indian railway...all commuters engrossed in their activity...
vagabondtravels (6511) 2006-03-12 22:46
Nice POV. I really like the way this grainy b&w brings back the memories.
jinju (14265) 2006-03-13 6:45
Good POV and a very nice dark and grainy b/w. I like the tonality a lot. Good job Radeeh
Naherty (0) 2006-03-13 18:55
Nice picture! Good choice for the B&W effect! I like the disperse focus of the composition. Really dramatic. Nice note too. Congratulations.
*thanks for your critics
ndb1958 (9289) 2006-03-16 11:57
Great job, Radeeh. I like the b+w ... and I love the atmosphere of the Railway station.
tcht (7565) 2006-03-24 15:47
Love the noise in this...Usually I hate noise in night photography but the B&W helped to make this artistic. And it's from a mobile phone too :p thats why~~
Have never expected to see such a busy trainstation at midnight! TFS.
lakshmi (577) 2006-03-26 10:52
This is good, the POV, the grain, the activity and a sense of anticipation at an unearthly hour. Very well done!!