F Train After Midnight

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    F Train, Brooklyn or Manhattan, I can't remember... It was after midnight, I was on my way home from a party... Processed with Format126 for the iPhone.

    mudpig, Kevin Dickert, friskypics, and 23 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mudpig 52 months ago | reply

      very very cool - feels vintage - i.e. 70's

    2. dontbotherlookinghere 52 months ago | reply

      love the vintage effect.

    3. =nicita= 52 months ago | reply

      great retro look!

    4. ..Annie... 52 months ago | reply

      an empty car!
      very rare sight indeed.

      i love this. :)

    5. 24gotham 52 months ago | reply

      Thanks everybody!
      I always love it when you get to be on an empty car, although that rarely lasts more than a stop or two. There was one person sitting at the far end of the car on the right, but he is hard to see. The effect was shot and processed in my iPhone using the new Format126 app with the LoFi filter.

    6. Apple Blues 52 months ago | reply

      Cool shot -- enhancing the contrast and colors really brings out the strangeness we have learned to live with.

    7. Adam Lerner 52 months ago | reply

      cool shot and nicely done with the iPhone!

    8. robert.hamilton 52 months ago | reply

      Great shot. Love the contrast.

    9. i'mnopro 52 months ago | reply

      love it. cool as....

    10. focusenvy 52 months ago | reply

      eerie and nice!

    11. musicman67 52 months ago | reply

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    12. gregory jaffe 51 months ago | reply

      if it was after midnight on a friday, there would be puke all over this train :)

    13. _Novecento_ 43 months ago | reply

      great capture

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