Kings Cross Station, London, England – http://bit.ly/1FZgNen
This is one view I have been trying to master for ages and also edit the way I want it to and this is the final edit that I am actually happy with.
Originally taken with my old A700 and the Samyang fisheye attached to it, it wasn’t the easiest of photos to line up but quite happy with the job I did.
I was quite fortunate to see this new part of the station before it opened to the general public a few years ago as I worked at Kings Cross. It was quite unusual seeing a mainline station with only a handful of people in and around it, something that will never happen now. I would have tried to get this image when I went to the special opening ceremony but sadly this was the place the host was talking from.
Sunset at Kampong Glam ~
Today, Kampong Glam still retains strong ties to the Native-Malay and Muslim community, and has sometimes been termed the “Muslim Quarter” due to its history. The Sultan Mosque remains a major landmark and congregation point for Singapore Muslims.
A quick shot at night in King’s Cross Station, London. The last trains for the late and lonely.
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