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Don't slip!

Here's another shot taken during my lunch trip to Excel / Custom House. It's the non-slip surface that lines the edge of the Docklands Lightrail train platform. I got bored while waiting for the train to come, and quite liked the repeating pattern on the floor. Unfortunately, there's sand in the grooves - I wonder if the pattern would have been better presented without them. What do you think?

Update: Sorry I've not been posting for a few days. I've got 3 important financial exams next week (1 on Monday, 2 on Thursday), so things are a bit tight around here. In the mean time, I am still answering emails and providing some support in the Shutterchance forums.

Don't slip!

Here's another shot taken during my lunch trip to Excel / Custom House. It's the non-slip surface that lines the edge of the Docklands Lightrail train platform. I got bored while waiting for the train to come, and quite liked the repeating pattern on the floor. Unfortunately, there's sand in the grooves - I wonder if the pattern would have been better presented without them. What do you think?

Update: Sorry I've not been posting for a few days. I've got 3 important financial exams next week (1 on Monday, 2 on Thursday), so things are a bit tight around here. In the mean time, I am still answering emails and providing some support in the Shutterchance forums.

comments (9)

  • Shuva
  • India
  • 31 Aug 2006, 05:53
Well! It would have been interesting if there was some object lying there to get a prespective. Otherwise, technically its a superb shot!
  • Ismael
  • Argentina
  • 1 Sep 2006, 03:37
Hello, I like your photography. Excuse my English. I like to visit your site. Greetings, Ismael
  • chris p
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Sep 2006, 14:47
Just wondering, did you try this shot n portrait view?
The Maven: Thanks for the comment Chris. smile I didn't actually try portrait view for this shot. Though I did take a few shots at different angles. The rubberised surface isn't very wide, so this is one of the few views where you don't see it ending abruptly at the side.
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I'm a sucker for patterns. I could stare at patterns for long periods of time, but eventually they start to hurt my brain. This one has some interesting traits tongue
  • BeakerSt
  • Shutterchance
  • 22 Nov 2006, 21:25
Well done for spotting the opportunty, exactly the subjects i like.

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