Six Word Saturday – A case of life imitating art?

Seen at Tate Britain today – not a set-up photograph!

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36 comments

  1. A nice capture Sue, and B+W works well with this shot.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I love it! On closer inspection, I think she has an itchy neck, but just for a moment I thought she was entertaining the spectators. 🙂

  3. a moment that most likely will never occur again…really nice image.

  4. What a wonderful serendipitous capture Sue. I’m also struck by the arches of the stair-well and the arch of the alcove behind.

  5. Very well captured – like Jo so at first I saw it as she was acting – yes she was but not for the reason I thought… 😀

  6. Terrific capture, Sue. Great timing and a beautiful setting.

  7. Good eye to spot that moment in time. Love it!

  8. Suzanne

    Wonderful. A great photo.

  9. Just that moment and no other! One of the huge pleasures of photography for me. The whole photo is splendid in its composition and repetition.

  10. That’s very clever – I’ve photographed the sculpture myself, but the ‘human’ element with the inelegantly poised arms really adds a counterpoint.

  11. Well caught and quick reaction to capture that moment in time Sue.

  12. Hahaha 😀 Great moment you captured there Sue! You must be really fast or really lucky 😉

  13. Fabulous capture! All about timing!

  14. wonderful moment captured!!

  15. Did you have the camera glued to your eye? Nicely caught!

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