Metro from Below
My shoes were pinching and my bag was heavy, but I needed to be thinking — which meant I needed to be walking.
It was a cloudy, early-spring afternoon. Warm and almost humid. Bikers rule the trail in that part of town so I stayed diligently to the right.
But the foot fall worked its magic. I could think! I could start to see the world from a different perspective.
And, as if to underline that point, I looked up to see a Metro train glide by, so much more futuristic and Monorail-like when seen from afar. It caught the rays of the setting sun and glittered in the light.
I snapped a shot so I could remember: It's all about perspective.