This is an excellent good bye shot, and the famous Swiss trainwell done...very impressive..you can feel the loving feeling
Again with the arm!Such expression in a limb.
Who could forget Goodbyes 1. What I like about this one is the clarity of the lovers versus the indistinct pattern of the glass doors. Another memorable shot.
Nice B&W photography. That's quite an embrace there.
Nice photo - I see him as unresponsive - lends the "farewell" added poignancy for me, or something.
I'm sure the lady with the baby is envying those two :) Gorgeous reflections!
Sean, I remember Goodbye photo 1, which I liked better.Nonetheless, the pattern of reflections created on the public vehicle make for an interesting counter-balance.
Hm, I liked the first Goodbye better too, mostly because of its unusual perspective - this is technically better for sure (not so much grain) but a little bit too sweet and postcard-y for my taste - but okay, it's just my taste, ;-)I do like the reflections in the tram's windows and doors - any how do you always find people with white shirts to do your "white highlight thing" on? ;-) - just kidding, you know how much I like this white-and-light emphasis thing you do.
Interesting, but I agree with Richard: the chap looks a little unresponsive, or his lips are squished sideways, or she is love-biting his neck ... the angles are all wrong ... the image definitely works though ... it is goodbye ...
I agree with the other comments about the gentleman not really into this goodbye thing...whereas whoever has her arm around him doesn't want to let go...Poignant shot!
Great capture, once again!