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Nakatsu Station

Posted by
Daryl Johnson (Worcester Park, United Kingdom) on 16 March 2007 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

The platform at this station is EXTREMELY narrow. Always makes me a little nervous...

I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!

Stunner from Kingston, Jamaica

Great shot and very good black and white effect, adds drama to the shot.

16 Mar 2007 6:18am

@Stunner: Thank you Stunner.

Arjun Kachru from Pune, India


16 Mar 2007 6:31am

@Arjun Kachru: Cheers Arjun!

Putter from Belgium

Interesting perspective, and spot on contrast and tones.

16 Mar 2007 6:34am

@Putter: Thank you Putter!

Still from Valence, France

Beautiful composition. A great and evocative B&W

16 Mar 2007 8:04am

@Still: Thank you Still.

Mike Cash from Kiryu, Japan

Absolutely wonderful composition. I can't help but wonder what passengers are supposed to do when they announce for people to move behind the white lines when trains are arriving on both sides....

16 Mar 2007 8:36am

@Mike Cash: I do NOT want to be there at rush hour. Actually, Nakatsu probably doesn't have a rush hour.

KM Faisal from Kerala,Kalpakanchery, India

nice one

16 Mar 2007 10:44am

@KM Faisal: Thanks!

Jen from Jessup, United States

Wonderful perspective and I'm with you that would make me nervous too! Great B&W!!

16 Mar 2007 1:30pm

@Jen: Yes indeed! Thanks Jen.

Kheoh Yee Wei from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

for me i would take another angle to take this shot ;) Nice shot mate !

16 Mar 2007 2:32pm

@Kheoh Yee Wei: Thanks!

Richard_Irwin from Belper, United Kingdom

You have a great style to all your work, and eye for what makes good composition, tone and graphic.

16 Mar 2007 3:30pm

@Richard_Irwin: You're very kind Richard.

filipe franco from Lagoa, Azores, Portugal

beautiful perspective with human element to punctuate. Very well!

16 Mar 2007 8:12pm

@filipe franco: Thanks filipe!

Damon Schreiber from Toronto, Canada

I like the angle you took this at. Really gives it a new feeling.

16 Mar 2007 10:01pm

@Damon Schreiber: Cheers Damon.

Henri Rabagny from Paris, France

Waou!! Good perspective.

16 Mar 2007 11:19pm

@Henri Rabagny: Merci Henri!

Zing from Hamilton, New Zealand

This is a good shot. Interesting perspective.

19 Mar 2007 5:43am

@Zing: Thanks Zing!