New york — Mass transit is an integral part of any modern metropolis. Usually, people stumble from ground level down into the station, only breaking away from their gadgets/newspapers to fiddle for their metro cards, before plugging back into what they were doing and stumbling to the platform. The metro is seen as a facilitative part of everyday life. It’s part of a process in which you get on, get sped to ...
Sunderland — Football (or soccer) in the United Kingdom is more than just a sport. It’s a community, a chance to draw closer to your community by focusing on rivalries, yet still a quaint way for everyone to exhib...
Dublin — You know when something is important to you, when all your energies and attention is focused on that, and you stop noticing all that is around you. In a foreign land, with strangers all around you, i...
Day 86 #100happydays: Blue yonder
Grey skies. They can't disguise glory
The bridge over the Danube. One of the best photos I've taken.
How much time do we spend standing at platforms, and watch life flash by?
People seem to be blurring away, as we stay in our bubble.
The Tyne Bridge and the Gateshead Sage. One stands for the past, one for the future.
Life by the sea
Stereotypical Scotland. Cold, wet and foggy