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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Across the Platform, at 59th Street

Across the platform
Photo by myself at the 59th Street subway station.

Two strangers were framed by columns at the 59th Street subway station Tuesday night.

Mark noticed that the fellow above is NJ Burkett, a correspondent for ABC News. The ABC headquarters is a few blocks away from this subway station.





NJ Burkett, photo from the internet.

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By the way, the latest incident on the subway in the news involves a fight induced by spaghetti (!).

Eating and drinking is not allowed on the subway, though a little snack now and again might be okay. A full-blown meal like spaghetti and sauce is a different story.

Routinely you see women putting on their makeup on the train. Once I saw a man shaving on the subway platform with a battery powered buzzer.

The fight involved three women and eventually half the subway car was standing up. And it was all caught on video.

You can read about and see the argument on the Daily News site here.

Related posts: On the Platform, 34th Street, Seen, Below Ground and Commuting in the Hood on the Atlantic/Pacific Platform.

8 comments:

Olivier said...

une tres belle composition et j'aime le cadre autour des deux personnages.

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful image. Great composition Kitty. Sad video. Thanks for the link.

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Steffe said...

I need to have a look at that video, people are weird!

Birdman said...

Love your 'self-framed' shot.

Upper Cesc said...

Waiting the train...

Chicken Underwear said...

Getting a snapshot of a celebrity in NYC is like shooting fish in a barrel. Just keep clicking.

Steve Rosenbach said...

You made a really beautiful composition here! You captured, within the frame of the beams, the man with a very serious, active stance and the woman at the bottom left corner, more in repose. It creates a really nice diagonal composition - I love it!