The sound seems to carry farther on cold mornings. Sharp little snapping sounds as shoes click along the floor, the odd bit of salt underfoot.
Sunday morning at an unknown station.
From a trip to my old neighborhood.
Heading back into the subway after an early morning shoot. This shot was taken just shortly after my wet plate-style shot of Pont Neuf.
On location in New York City’s Chinatown.
Seoul Street is so clogged with insane traffic that crossing sides requires underground tunnels.
Along the southern wall of the island city.
Found in my old film archives, shot in La Motte-Picquet – Grenelle Metro station in 2001.
The retro lights and tiles of Dupont Station.
On the fifth floor of a hotel in Paris.
Looking up on a grey day in Toronto.
From my old slide archives, a reinterpretation of a look at the Left Bank.
Somewhere in Chelsea, shot from atop the High Line Park.
Warm afternoon sun in the stairway, looking up toward where these bikes were stored.
Somewhere along the Bloor-Danforth line.
Just before the closing of the subway doors, at a station on the Bloor-Danforth line.
On the top floor landing.
Near the bus station in Karlovy Vary.
Toward the top floor of a hotel, near the Jardin du Luxembourg.
Travelers move down from the north/south subway platform to the east/west trains on the lower level.
Warden Station on the east side of Toronto.
An unusual street in Lyon, near where I shot the Four Streets panorama.
The Cité Metro station and its entrance up to Place Louis Lépine, in the center of Paris.
Three levels of the Hôtel de Ville Metro station, one of the original eight stations in the city’s system when the first section was first opened in 1900.