Anyone who has ever had to wait for a train or bus knows that it is not the most fun they’ve ever had. Nor is it usually the most visually stimulating experience of their lives. Usually it’s a boring, routine experience – a time reserved for reading, checking your phone, daydreaming, or thinking of nothing at all.
However, a photographer named Adam Magyar, from Berlin, set out to change our perspective on that mundane routine, and he did – beautifully.
Trust me, you want to see this.
Excerpt of “Stainless”: New Yorkers waiting for a train, shot at Grand Central Terminal