10 thoughts on “At the Station

  1. It’s an interesting picture Elina, possibly a good one in future years for historical purposes. If I had taken a picture of a young woman waiting for a train when I was a young woman (1980’s) she might have had a book or a magazine in her hand or maybe just standing bored out of her mind, which wouldn’t have been any different to when my mother was a young woman in the 1950’s. But we can’t get too bored today with a multi-purpose entertainment device in our pockets which we strangely still call a phone! So, a good one for the history books! 🙂

    1. I love your thoughts on this Suzy! The times have changed so much all of the sudden, and you are right this could be a scene for history books. 🙂 Indeed, how come we call the device a phone, most of the time we use it for something else than making calls. 🙂 Thank you for this wonderful comment!

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