Saturday, November 28, 2009

Day Two Hundred Forty-One: At Lucca

Two versions of a hasty clandestine shot.

1 comment:

saguaro said...

Well, the one in the left, while less intimate, is certainly the more intriguing of the two: what is normally a compositional faux pas -- a partial object jutting into the frame -- turns out to be a vital element suggestive of a potential drama: is a hold-up afoot? Is the intruder aiming to cash-in on the inattentive butchers? Hmmm . . . and what about the journalist, choosing to record the scene rather than sound the alarm? What does that say about the morals of the photographer? Society at large? The fate the human race??? ;)