Thursday, March 26, 2009


"Rush Hour" photo by Susan Farley

" Life's a voyage that's homeward bound.", Herman Melville

Hello friends, Welcome to Photostalk.

Sometimes the story is obvious, other times it is subtle. A photograph’s tales are based on the interplay of the subject caught in a captured moment, the photographer's unique vision and then interpretated by the viewer's mind and emotions.
The photo above I shot in Grand Central Station in NYC called "Rush Hour" tells a story of a sole commuter being still for a split moment as the world around him rushes to their destinations. Yet, what feelings, thoughts, or memories does the image evoke for you?
I hope that you enjoy visiting Photostalk and please do share your thoughts.


  1. I really love this photo. I can't tell you how many times I am standing in Grand Central during both morning and evening rush hour, and I feel like I need to stop and take a breather. I really love the fast-paced atmosphere of New York City, but sometimes it's nice to just stop, relax, and people watch.

  2. As I native New Yorker I can relate. Numerous times in a day I stop, regroup and then back into action. You captured it beautifully!