While walking the art-lined streets of this Buenos Aires neighborhood, I came upon a sculpture painted in subtle, earthy colors, beautifully displayed against a background of yellow, blue, and two red tones -- all the primary colors at once. A promising subject, indeed, but it needed more than just attractive art and color to make the scene function as an expressive photograph. Eventually, a group of three people approached. They were as tightly grouped as the people portrayed in the sculpture, I made this picture the instant they entered my frame. A touch of shutter lag resulted in bringing them well into the midst of the frame by the time the picture was actually recorded. The key to this shot is the arm of the woman leading the group into the picture. It is at an angle, as are the arms of the two women who dominate the sculpted group. The men who make up the rest of the art-goers carry their heads in a perfect spatial relationship to hers. There is a just enough space between each of them to avoid mergers yet still create a tight grouping, just as the heads appear in the sculpture. The result is an instant in time and space that creates a bond between art and life, making this image successful at all levels.