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Bemused Ladies

By NevJB
I don't know whether or not they were, but they looked it. They don't really fit into the typical 'RA clientele' group (neither do we) which is very stylishly (and expensively) dressed with accent to match. Great exhibition by the way.
I think colour works better here - you decide.

Tags: London Sculpture Anthony gormley Portraits and people Ra

Voters: lifesnapper, RysiekJan, MadVillPics and 23 more


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8 Nov 2019 9:58AM
"Whatever diet he was on, I'm steering clear of it."

JohnSmile
8 Nov 2019 11:07AM
Great capture, I prefer the colour version.
Sylvia
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2455 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2019 11:38AM
Love it. People relate to Gormley's work because however abstract the material element, the human experience is still so readily understandable. You've got that connection here.
woolybill1 Plus
14 38 78 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2019 11:40AM
They look just as bemused in b&w as in colour Wink
Just love those expressions - the spontaneity of it all.
Regards
Bill
8 Nov 2019 11:44AM
Wonderful candid here, colour v for me, guess you either feel the essence or not...posh accents and clothes in these places mask many things...🌟
Enjoyed looking at both versions and think they're very good. Like both of them for different reasons. The colour version because it's technically a more impressive photograph and the B&W because it leaves more to the imagination and brings out the character in the ladies.
Chris
8 Nov 2019 12:01PM
The mind boggles. Lovely capture.

Mike
8 Nov 2019 1:26PM
Great capture
8 Nov 2019 2:17PM
paraphrasing Freddie Mercury: Modern art objects are like women, you'll never enjoy them if you try to understand them...
p.s. colour works best for me, please
hrsimages 8 1 Germany
8 Nov 2019 4:11PM
I think both images work well and are a great capture SmileSmileSmile
Howard
Mollycat Plus
8 21 2 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2019 4:12PM
Wonderful and different expressions captured Nev. Both work for me.
Peter
dark_lord Plus
17 2.8k 784 England
8 Nov 2019 9:18PM
I like both but prefer the mono aas it allows more concentration on the expressions.

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