I have been to that station a zillion times... twice a day for almost 20 years. But I normally don't walk down to that end of the platform, plus the recent construction, plus 85mm, plus, plus...
This was a strange New Year... I found myself simultaneously reading Milan Kundera (The Curtain) and William S. Burroughs (Naked Lunch)... Although Kundera's The Curtain is about the magic and history of the novel, it applies to photography almost directly. For Burroughs, it's might be better to start out with his other two smaller tomes (which form part of Naked Lunch as a life work).
Kundera talks about the passion of writing and how the history of writing (authors) brings forward what we have today... in a similar tone as Picasso's statement that "it is not what the artist does that counts, but what he is". I would like to make some prints at some point, it's a timing issue.
Thanks for the kind comment,