Single shot from inside the metro station

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  1. jeffie7

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    Had an extra long wait since someone decided to jump on the tracks....
    At least I got a neat picture out of it.

    RIP to whoever couldn't take it anymore.
     
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    Nice one. Great perspective. Would be real cool in b/w too.
     
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    im curious as to how you got that high up?
     
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    The place you buy your tickets from and enter from is usually higher up than the actual tracks. Some stations provide a view looking over the tracks, others don't.


    As for the picture, nice angle! The people seem a bit underexposed though.
    At first, I thought I would see someone who jumped in the tracks on your image.
     
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    Is this by any chance the metro in Washington D.C.?
     
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    This is great. It almost feels as if you are being dragged into the photo.
     
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    Yes, it's the metro station in DC. I believe that was the woodley/adams morgan stop. The area you're looking at is a cross over point. Then again maybe the stop was metro station since there's 2 different levels of tracks? hmmmm I don't remember.



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    Another one but my F stop was too low and my ISO too low

    some other random shots.

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    Very Nice Photos! Is the picture with the escalators at Rosslyn?
     
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    That was the one going up to the Zoo
     

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