A Moment in Time: Suburban Train Crossing Amiens Street—February 2019.


Every so often everything really comes together.

As Jay Monaghan and I walked along Dublin’s Amiens Street in the fog, I heard an Irish Rail train blast its horn approaching the platforms at Connolly Station.

There wasn’t much time to react. I made fine adjustments to my Nikon F3 as I put the camera to my face and released the shutter.

This image was among photographs exposed on 27 February 2019 on Ilford HP5.

I processed this using a development technique to maximize dynamic range and tonal response.


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One thought on “A Moment in Time: Suburban Train Crossing Amiens Street—February 2019.”

  1. My grandparents lived in Amiens St, near the Five Lamps end. Apart from the DART train, the picture could have be taken in a 1950s fog. Lovely.

    Michael Walsh

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