I took the number 5 and got a place in the last wagon, waiting until it arrives at the last stop, where it would not be as busy as in the town. The last wagon was strategically chosen as attempt of not catching much attention from the tram conductor.
Once everybody got off in in the last stop, I place a pinhole camera in a tripod, in the corner, in a way it would not occupy too much space. But it was differently a surprising element for the new comer passengers who would freeze for a second in the moment they notice the camera right near the entrance.
During the 7min film exposure many people came through the door. The most surprising reaction was from a young man walking in with his friend. He was so surprised that he shouted loud: "aaaahhhh what is that???". I told him "that is my camera". He then just said "oh ok" and calmly went look for a place to sit down.
I like the way the three foreground poles divide the image. The first on the left and the one in the right harmonically following the classic third rule. The door on the right a key element where my eyes comes in and off, as the beginning and ending spot every time I see the image, and the wagon path driving my eyes nicely to the other side of the image, make it dynamic and broad by its panoramic aspect.