The Girl On The Train *featured by Jack McCabe
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Another train passes with a blurred sea of faces, sometimes one face catches the eye…as it passes so quickly by. There for a moment and gone!
And sometimes you swear that you might have known them at some place or time.

JPM © 2010
Ecphrastic Poetry~

Featured in the Imagewriting Group 2010.10.11

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acela, face, girl, providence, station, train

University of Rhode Island, BFA.
Studied at Rhode Island School of Design and
S.U.N.Y. Purchase.
Major: Film
Proficent in printmaking, drawing, painting, pen & ink, poetry, calligraphy, and other stuff.

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Comments

  • Crowmanic
    Crowmanicover 4 years ago

    Excellent capture. Of course the woman in the window makes this image “work” … thumbsup

  • Thank you! Yes, I agree, she is the focal point.

    – Jack McCabe

  • greeneyedlady
    greeneyedladyover 4 years ago

    oh, wonderful…..what a story this could inspire!

  • Thanks! Yes I entered it into the “ImageWriting” group for that reason.
    However, this is nothing new about this motif.

    – Jack McCabe

  • RajeevKashyap
    RajeevKashyapover 4 years ago

    Gorgeous work!

  • Thanks Rajeev!

    – Jack McCabe

  • hfrymark
    hfrymarkover 4 years ago

    lovely capture

  • Thanks H, I was actually planning to shoot the train.

    – Jack McCabe

  • LudaNayvelt
    LudaNayveltover 4 years ago

    love this, this girl looks like main subject

  • A total stranger, but one who looks familiar. Yes, I agree with Crowmanic and you, she is the focal point. Thanks Luda!

    – Jack McCabe

  • DavesPhoto
    DavesPhotoabout 4 years ago

    yes the faces that pass who knows did we or didn’t we ever meet good shot & thoughts on life

  • Thanks Dave!

    – Jack McCabe

  • JoJoCSZ
    JoJoCSZabout 4 years ago

    I really like your description to go with this image. I always feel there is somewhat of a magical moment when you catch these glimpses, especially when direct eye contact is made for that instant.

  • Thank you JoJo, keep up the good work!

    – Jack McCabe

  • carol brandt
    carol brandtalmost 4 years ago

    love the comp here.. and that one face ! great capture jack

  • Thanks Carol nice to see you!

    – Jack McCabe

  • Crowmanic
    Crowmanicalmost 4 years ago

  • Sweet! How unexpected!

    – Jack McCabe

  • vaggypar
    vaggyparalmost 4 years ago

    Lovely Work ..!!

  • Thanks Vaggypar!

    – Jack McCabe

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