Helsinki Railway Station, Eliel Saarinen

My latest post on Monochromia. This image brings back good memories of the interesting architecture in Helsinki.


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Categories: Architecture, Black and White, City Scenes, Lines and Shadows, Monochromia, Photography, TravelTags: , , , , , , , , ,


  1. I just love the light and mood in this one, Jane.
    Beautifully seen and captured!

  2. Wow, this is a remarkable capture!

  3. Great picture! I love seeing busy places almost empty, it’s very striking!

  4. What a gorgeous shot! Saarinen’s designs are fabulous. I’ve just seen one of them “up close”–the TWA terminal in NYC. Marvelous!

  5. I write it here again: You know the places to capture their beauty in your fantastic pictures!
    Best regards, Heidi

  6. You’ve captured that incredible light so perfectly. What beautiful architecture

  7. Definitely remembered this one Jane, wonderful capture of the light and shadows

  8. Superb lines and shadow patterns. Hardly feels like a train station!

  9. really interesting shot …loving the format😜 very inviting!!!

  10. Unlike any railway station I have ever been in! Great photo!

  11. Fabulous lines and light reflections you have captured here, Jane! Great monochrome!

  12. Wonderful to see this again. Have always loved it.

  13. I will sit there and notice the travelling thoughts, which I hope to hear faraway in the distance.

  14. Looks like a cathedral.

  15. Beautiful!! So interesting. I love it.

  16. Great lines and shadows. This image could be of a church, except there are no pews!

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