It’s been a couple of months since I last posted a shot taken on the London Underground, so I’m remedying that with today’s image, as you can see.

Upon first impressions, the tube can pretty much look the same throughout when you’re down there. A bit of a winding tunnel, an escalator, a platform, repeat. However if you spend enough time down there you begin to see it differently and much of it becomes unique. A station you are in is easily identifiable, the paths from platform to platform are less of a mystery, and the overwhelming number of CCTV cameras down there becomes very apparent.

Processing these images is much the same. Upon first glimpse you’re faced with many images that all look fundamentally the same; but once you get going and start the processing task you find that you have many different routes you can go down, and each one becomes unique in some way.