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He stared at the girl in the painting a long time. His wife looked annoyed.

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barbarajoy22-Jan-2018 06:39
Wonderful candid! The dreamer is a perfectly placed focus in this well captured "story". V
Long Bach Nguyen15-Aug-2016 14:03
fabulous candid
bill friedlander03-Aug-2016 16:07
Super composition and light. Nice that you got the whole table in the frame. V
Dave Petersen Photography03-Aug-2016 14:18
Nick Paoni's observation was terrific regarding how this was composed. This has almost a Norman Rockwell feel where that most common moments convey a special feeling. You do such a fantastic job of seeing and capturing these moments. This is masterful photography Neil. VVV+++
Nick Paoni03-Aug-2016 14:02
I like how you composed the frame such that the viewer looks over his shoulder at the painting he is staring at.
Walter Otto Koenig03-Aug-2016 13:29
Well lined up and nice job with the exposure. He was standing in just the right place. "V"
janescottcumming03-Aug-2016 11:29
So well seen Neil. Love all the straight lines and then seeing his feet crossed….it gives the image a fun feel to it. Learning his wife looked annoyed also made me smile! V
Carol E Sandgren03-Aug-2016 05:07
I like where you placed your subject in the frame, breaking the pattern of the row of paintings on the wall. Nicely taken, Neil! (I hope his wife wasn't TOO jealous of that painting!)
John Vass03-Aug-2016 03:14
Interesting shot! He is pondering something! That is a beautiful table!
Gill Kopy03-Aug-2016 01:39
The lighting creates such a pleasing frame ! and your dreamer is nicely placed ! V
Marcia Rules03-Aug-2016 01:14
his body language, your subject placement----all integral pieces here ! V
Jean D03-Aug-2016 00:23
Fine candid capture. ~V
globalgadabout02-Aug-2016 23:11
it looks a fascinating painting, well worth sustained contemplation...strong sense of immediacy here..
Jeff Real02-Aug-2016 22:41
You make these fantastic pieces of those looking at art.
I love this and wish I could copy you!
Jim Coffman02-Aug-2016 20:33
Great candid, Neil...
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