Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Move

On the move from our tour bus to the Jinan Railway Station and en route to Shanghai!  July 2013

Upon seeing the subject of this week’s photo challenge, I knew immediately — IMMEDIATELY — of which photo to feature.  Haha, this photo definitely embodies what I think “on the move” means and those of us who were actually in this picture would agree with me, I’m sure!

A group of 20 of us were travelling in China last year as part of the Mon Sheong Youth Group.  This was one of the many times when we would be moving from one city to another during the two-week trip.  For this shot, we were moving quickly from Shandong to board the train at the Jinan Railway Station to Shanghai .  I love this shot; it’s actually one of my favourite shots from the trip.  There’s just something about how everyone is pictured in the scene, all spread out, that looks perfectly organized.  However, during the moment, we were all really just rushing towards the station and dragging our luggage behind us.  I’m glad that I was able to get this action shot. 🙂

For another “on the move” picture that literally shows us moving, you can look at this shot that I quickly snapped when we actually arrived in Shanghai after the 4-hour train ride!

Upon arriving at the Shanghai Hong Qiao Railway Station and still on the move (to our awaiting tour bus)!

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