MBTA Blue Line Train at Boston’s Aquarium T Station, – Boston, MA, U.S.A. – September 1, 2016
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Category: Black and White, Boston, Photography, Street Photography, Uncategorized Tagged: Aquarium Station, black and white, Blue Line, Boston, MBTA, Photography, street photography, subway., T, Timothy S. Allen, train, transportation
But where’s the blue?
Well, there is a 10cm blue line that run along the top of the mosaic on the sides of the station. Barely distinguished above the woman’s head. The cars have a 20 cm blue line just below the windows.
But what’s wrong – you tell blue in a monochrome image? haha.
Ah, but one can tone a BW, yes? A nice, arctic blue cast like inside an ice tunnel. Just a thought… Like the metallic sheen in any event.
Could be very interesting.
but it is not blue 🙂
What can I say. Thanks for taking the time to comment.
Maybe I should have changed the title or put blue back into the image. Now that might be an interesting idea.
Like the perspective, Tim. –Curt
Thanks Curt. That is one of the nice things about this station. It give enough height and width to make it interesting for photography.
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