Compare and Contrast

Mike Hoye rides the Tokyo subway and takes a picture of it:

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Here's my view of the same scene (from this Flickr set):

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I really hope he was sitting down when he took that.

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No, I was indeed standing up.

By Mike Hoye (not verified) on 21 May 2008 #permalink