By Mark Simms
A few shots from the London underground taken on our recent trip to the capital:
© Mark Simms Photography (2016)
Now that brings back memories – 1976, 1978 & 1979.
I bet it does. You take care Vicky. Merry Christmas.
And to you also, Mark. Let’s hope the New Year brings all in conflict to peaceful resolutions too.
(A major terrorist attack on Melbourne’s main intersection of Cathedral, train station and Federation Square on Christmas Day was thwarted yesterday and this timely reminder brings me to the thought that none of us are exempt from conflict and destruction in current times).
Yeah I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before another major attack succeeds and we in the west don’t help ourselves by electing the likes of Donald Trump and voting to leave the EU…..a lurch to the right is not the answer.
These are smashing images Mark. One of my big regrets is I lived in London, Islington, before I came back to photography. I would have loved now, to have been out there taking pictures. London is such a great city with so much to offer the photographer. The tube is one of them. Nice work!
Cheers Adrian…life is full of regrets, or so I’m finding as I get older.
Great shots, really bring out the real life of the tube. Except there should be more people on the platform to represent what rush hour is like! ahaha
I wrote something similar about my pet peeves of commuting in London. Check it out at tootinghustle.wordpress.com and let me know what you think!
Happy blogging x
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