This photo is really interesting. I'm a huge fan of those kind of "architectural" photography, and i really appreciate this one!
In fact there's a real contrast in many ways, First : the perspective is really straight but at the same time those curvy walls give a whole new aspect to the perspective which is contrasts by those pillar and their junction.
Secondly : the colors. I know you're not involved on those colors but the the overexposed light give even more contrast to this photo and give more strength to the overall aspect !
To conclude, i really love this shot and I think it could perfectly stand on any wall!
Wow... You know, I'm walking through this subway station every time I go shopping in munic downtown and I have to admit: It looks great! I've never seen it as a nice place (always very crowded), but your picture tells me otherwise!
wow..tells you just how far behind the southwestern us is.....my state JUST started to build it's first commuter train system.....and that's only going to go from Tucson to Phoenix. love how the shot is taken a little before the bend gives the whole corridor a really long look
Really nice shot to look at, however it is highly photoshopped. The orange is far duller than in this shot. Only proves that people get easily impressed by intense colours, even if it is by no stretch of the imagination any resemblance of reality.
How could you tell it's photoshoped, maybe I used a filter or something else? Well of course I didn't but there are far more ways to boost the colors also I wouldn't blame people for boosting the colors to make it more attractive and pleasing to the eye.
Ja, irgendwie schon, zumindest wenn man kein Tourist ist und dort halt standartmäßig unterwegs ist. Allerdings find ichs echt süß, dass jede Station eine andere Farbe hat (: Um wie viel Uhr hast du das Bild aufgenommen? So leer kennt mans da gar nicht!
Ja, ich habe das auch erst realisiert, als das ein kleines Kind in der S-Bahn erzählt hat :'D Marienplatz orange, Hauptbahnhof rot und dann gibts sicher noch grün, blau und gelb, weiß nur nicht genau, welche Station welche Farbe hat. Wow, ich hab die Station selten so leer gesehen, wie auf dem Foto!