London’s Tube In Motion

London's Tube In Motion

London’s Tube In Motion. Hello friends, Happy Wednesday. So how are you today? Do you have any wordless or not so wordless Wednesday photos to share with us today?

London’s Tube In Motion:

Capturing the Pulse of the City. A Photographic Journey Through London’s Tube in Motion.

You know how I love taking photos, right? Well my favourite photos are always taken in London. So many photos I take here.

So today I am sharing a visual odyssey that delves into the beating heart of one of the world’s most iconic metropolises. The London Tube.

Also, a lifeline for millions, becomes the canvas for a compelling exploration of movement, energy, and the diverse tapestry of daily life.

London's Tube In Motion

Through the lens of my camera, I captured some fun photos of the seemingly mundane commute for some into a transforms into a mesmerising ballet of motion.

The hustle and bustle of passengers, the kinetic dance of trains arriving and departing, and the kaleidoscope of expressions on the faces of commuters collectively tell the story of London’s dynamic spirit.

London's Tube In Motion

Each photograph freezes a moment in time, yet together they form a pulsating narrative that encapsulates the city’s rhythm.

From the architectural marvels of the tube station to a person on the train, this photographic journey is not just a collection of images but a testament to the vibrancy and resilience of London.

It invites viewers to see beyond the surface and feel the electric energy that courses through the veins of this bustling urban landscape.

In this 3 post series, the London Tube becomes a conduit for storytelling, where every frame whispers tales of motion that defines the essence of this iconic city.

London’s Tube In Motion. So what do you think of today’s photos? This linky has now closed.

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Red London Bus In Motion Photo:

Firstly, Red London Bus In Motion Photo. Last week I have been trying to take more creative photos in London and although I thought I was good at photos, I think this Red Bus Long Exposure photo in Piccadilly Circus was spot on that my husband took on his Apple iPhone.

Mine turned out rubbish compared to his, so I will have to keep practicing. What do you think about my husband’s moving bus shot? Red London Bus In Motion Photo.

Secondly, Spring Has Sprung, Regents Park. So when the children were off school for half term, just over a week ago we had a fun-filled day out in London. My Daughter and I were given some easy-to-follow directions to Primrose Hill via Regents Park as we were meeting my daughters friend.

It is about a 15-minute walk from St Pancreas in a straight line so we would not get lost, would we!? My husband and son hopped on the underground to visit the Emirates Stadium and left us to it. Spring Has Sprung, Regents Park. So lovely here.

Thirdly, Hanging Out At Primrose Hill, London. Thank you so much for joining us today for The Wordless or Not So Wordless Wednesday Link Up! Where has all the sunshine gone? It was beautiful around here and now it is miserable and raining. I am also full of cold and have to walk Mollie in the pouring rain, grr!! I do have a day off work though, so not all bad. Hanging Out At Primrose Hill, London. So many great views.

London’s Tube In Motion:

London’s Tube In Motion. Claire Justine Oxox- Over 50s Lifestyle Blog. You can also read more about me here: Over 50s Lifestyle Blog. Thank you so much for stopping by. I also hope you liked this post. Also follow along on Facebook for regular updates. Also, find me on Instagram .

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  1. bella
    28 March 2014 / 21:57

    Cool photos! Haven't been to London in a zillion years. One day…

  2. Cathi
    26 March 2014 / 22:00

    Zoom!! Happy WW!

  3. Crystelle Boutique
    26 March 2014 / 19:15

    Wow! I love the metro/train images! It reminds me of city life in the Netherlands!!!:) “hugs” CrystelleCrystelle Boutique

  4. (◔‿◔)
    26 March 2014 / 18:45

    Good compositions! I like the movement at pictures!Thanks for sharing and for hosting this nice project. Enjoy the your evening of wednesday!Hugs, Wieczora| My photoblog

    • 28 March 2014 / 21:01

      Aww thanks, thought I would try something different this week.

  5. Patrick weseman
    26 March 2014 / 14:35

    Great pics. You have just inspired me to take some pics of San Francisco's light rail and do a blog on it. Thanks.

    • 28 March 2014 / 21:00

      Whoo I bet they will be great.

  6. Patty
    26 March 2014 / 13:29

    Love seeing train pics from all over the world. They look nicer (and cleaner) than ours in NYC!

    • 28 March 2014 / 21:00

      Aww thanks Patty, would love to see the NYC ones.

  7. Jessica Fiorillo
    26 March 2014 / 13:27

    Great shots! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Julie Corbisiero
    26 March 2014 / 12:49

    Hi Claire, I love your photos in the train station! I hope you are having nice day and wishing you a great week!

    • 26 March 2014 / 21:23

      Hi Julie, thanks,, wishing I had more time, ha.

  9. Tamar SB
    26 March 2014 / 12:20

    Oh lovely! I am secretly in love with the Tube!

    • 26 March 2014 / 21:22

      Thanks Tamar, love going on it now.

  10. Sarah
    26 March 2014 / 10:48

    I'm petrified of the tube. I had a panic attack last time.

    • 26 March 2014 / 21:22

      Hi Sarah, I was too at first but I'm getting use to it now.

  11. Joann @EuchreFun
    26 March 2014 / 03:39

    We took a similar double-decker Sightseeing Tour Bus when in New York City. It was a great way to see the sights! Happy Wordless Wednesday – thanks for hosting.

    • 26 March 2014 / 21:21

      I would love to go to New York City.

  12. Dominique Goh
    26 March 2014 / 03:16

    It has been a super long time since I rode the MEtro in London.. looking at your pictures really brings back lots of memories.

    • 26 March 2014 / 21:20

      Aww thanks for the comment.

  13. Kristin Aquariann
    26 March 2014 / 01:10

    Cool compositions!

  14. Joyce Lansky
    26 March 2014 / 00:38

    Great subway photos. I love the way you captured them in motion.

    • 26 March 2014 / 20:00

      Thanks Joyce, thought I would try something different.

  15. Leovi
    25 March 2014 / 23:14

    I like these compositions with the underground movement ! Wonderful !

  16. Ai Sakura
    25 March 2014 / 22:31

    I miss London! Would love to visit it again soon!

  17. stevebethere
    25 March 2014 / 22:31

    That's not far from me I'm between Baker Street & Edgware Road tube stations :-)have a tanfabulosa week.

    • 26 March 2014 / 19:50

      Whoo not far away, thanks Steve.