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The art of transit

photo by Zach Behrens, via Twitter / Instagram As per usual, a nice Instragram photo by Zach, taken earlier this month on the Blue Line. Look after the jump for another shot he took on the Blue Line. BTW, now that the iPhone is going to have an eight megapixel [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by hkharbourcity, via Instagram   Cool cell phone photo of the Star Ferry in Hong Kong. I’ve noticed that a lot of these photo apps provide nice texture to water scenes. To submit a photo for the Art of Transit, post it to Metro’s Flickr group, email it to sourcemetro@gmail.com or Tweet [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Zach Behrens, via Twitter/Instagram This might be one of my favorite “art of transits” of all-time. It’s local — Zach took the photo on the subway here in L.A. — and it’s personal and it’s different. The photo was taken with the iPhone’s Instagram app. To submit a [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Zach Behrens, via Twitter Nice shot of folks boarding a Metro bus processed with the Instagram app for iPhones. Zach, of course, was the long-time editor at LAist and is now overseeing KCET’s web efforts, including their SoCal Focus blog. To submit a photo for the Art of [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by the dude abides, via submission Proof again that the subject of a photo doesn’t have to dominate the frame. The inbound Gold Line train is seen here across Los Angeles State Historic Park on the northern end of downtown L.A. The photo was taken with the Instagram app [continue reading]

The art of transit

photos by Michel Saive, via his Flickr photostream Michel took both of these photos in Poland and then processed them with the tilt-shift method that makes the subjects look like toys or miniatures. The above bus stop is in Krakow; the photo at right was taken in Krynica. In addition [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Andrew E. Miller, via submission I posted yesterday that it would be great to receive more submissions of the local transpo scene and – ta-da! – this photo taken by Andrew at the Gold Line’s Pico-Aliso station landed in our email box. The photo was taken with an [continue reading]