What time will you be home?
This was taken at Charing Cross station, one of the railway terminus in central London. While I was waiting for my train, I saw this guy and I thought it was a 'symbol' of our times. Deeply engrossed in his mobile, while the world rushes on around him. The blurred image of a woman walking past adds to this.
Again, this being taken just after the previous three images, the sense of loneliness and isolation an individual can feel when surrounded by so many comes through. Deep in his own world staring at a small screen, and taken away listening to something on his headphones.
As ever when you see someone you don't know at a railway station, there are those questions of where are they going, where have they been, why does he have a set of symbols with him, is he looking at train times or contacting someone?