Tuesday, March 28, 2006
The Perfect Commute: A Metro Moment
I took this picture a couple of weeks ago after leaving a happy hour. It was around 7:30pm and rush hour was over in DC. I entered in on a front train and the car was mostly empty. There is nothing special about this picture. I wasn't going for a great shot or special angle. It's just a shot. The only thing that is special about this picture is that I didn't have to listen to someone's boring conversation, I didn't have to play the "what's that smell" game with the people sitting near me, I didn't have to hear teenagers practice profanity at the top of their lungs, and most of all I was able to enjoy my book in peace. Well, it's just about time to exit this J O B. I'm out! Watch the closing doors. (((Boing))) (((Boing)))
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