Grand Central Station
I was rummaging around my library of images and came across these two images I had taken in Grand Central Station a few months ago. I love the way the light and shadow plays inside this building and I’m always snapping away when I see it. I also love capturing the people moving to and fro in this building. I always wonder how many photographs I’ve been caught in running to and from the train. Both of these images were taken with the Fuji x100s which just captures black and white like a film camera. It really brings back the joy I had when I first started photographing way back when!
Grand Central has such wonderful architectural details. I have always loved the ornate lamps and grills over the ticket booths. And look at that chandelier over the train departure boards. Just gorgeous.
Simply stunning Karen….Black and white here is an excellent choice.
Thank you Jackie!
Wonderful glow! Your first shot is especially luminous 🙂
Terrific images Karen. I love the choice of B&W as it really enhances the light and shadows.
Thank you Edith!
GCT -know it well. Great captures. We could use a little light and shadow right now on account of the bad weather.
We need more light and heat!
The best thing about the first shot other than that wonderful backlight on your subjects, is that it is not cliché like so many other GCT images we have all seen time and time again.
Thank you Pat! Yeah, one thing my images are not is a cliche!
Nice work Karen. Especially with the lighting!
Thank you Steve!
Hat off! 🙂
Thank you Marcelo!
One of my favourite New York buildings – there’s always something great to photograph, and it looks gorgeous in black and white.
Thank you so much Lucy!
Fantastic in bw.
Thank you Marcos!
Well done Karen.
Thank you Mark!