I was underground again for a bit this past weekend, as I travelled to and fro with the local metro, and found some interesting elements that I wanted to share with you. Enjoy!
Shiny surfaces abound, as you can see! It’s always fun to shoot those. What is a challenge, is to try to get no people in the shots. I’ve managed quite a few, but at times, they were simply unavoidable, as you’ll see further down…
There are big differences between the various stations, here in Barcelona, some are very new, modern and brightly lit, others are a fair bit older and much darker, or even in serious disrepair.
Stairs and tunnels are always photogenic, I find. What do you think?
Check out the differences in the exits at Espanya (above) and Urquinaona stations (further down)…
I love these old gates – quite lace-like, when viewed close up. It will be a pity when they’re gone, although it might be some time yet, before that happens!
Reflections, I love them! The exit at Urquinaona is quite dark, but the overhead lights are reflected so nicely on the banisters of the stairs, that I just had to show you. Hope you like!
Tomorrow I’ll be showing you details of an old shop. See you then? Fins demà!