By Scott Shephard
If you are reading this blog, you're already indulging me. And once again I'm asking you to indulge my art gallery voyeurism. Two posts ago we were looking at a man looking out a window at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York City.
Today we are looking at people looking at Picasso's Three Muscians, though the painting is largely obscured by the museum patrons. I stood in this spot and took five photos and have five different groupings. But I like this one best, mainly because my son Brian is in the shot. But I am also amused by the man posing for a photo in front of the painting. He doesn't realize that he is really posing for two photographers. And what does it all mean? If there is a meaning, you'll have to provide it.
Canon 5DIII 1/30s f/2.8 ISO640 16mm