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Ken Piros

Community Manager , Ohio

Life Imitates Art

Or is it Art imitates Life???

Rodin the Thinker, Cleveland Museum of Art

Image was shot through two thick sheets of glass that act as a wall so I lost some detail.

Comments 10

  • Agelos Kardamilas 05/10/2012 22:01

  • mike snead 04/28/2012 13:27

    very subtle.
  • Die Mohnblumen 04/26/2012 17:48

    Hallo Ken,
    Motiv und Bildschnitt sind sehr gut.
    Durch die vorhandenen Grauwerte der monochromen Aufnahme wirkt das Bild nicht plastisch genug.
    Es fehlen Brillianz und Licht.
    Liebe Grüße
  • Silvana W. 04/25/2012 0:25

    ***This photo is Art itself...It,s an perfect explanation of the title.I think ,it,s a great work for being compact andyour great eye****.Compliments ¡
  • Colin70 04/24/2012 18:23

    Clever shot Ken Good
  • Jenipher Baker 04/24/2012 13:40

    Well seen Ken, the repetition here is great
    cheers Jeni
  • Bernd Stenger 04/19/2012 17:56

    Nice idea and a very good picture!
    Regards Bernd
  • s. sabine krause 04/19/2012 10:45

    : )))) yes, he's (unconsciously?) mirroring the pose of "the thinker". or maybe the thinker is secretely imitating him, copying his very behavior in the manner that small children are so very fond of: "dad has an itch behind the ear? i imitate it! dad says 'stop it, son!'. i say 'stop it son!'" etc. so the life/art theme is definitely there in your shot! but there's also another "theme" in it: had i seen only the gentleman's feet in their homey slippers, i would NEVER have suspected him to be the type of guy that voluntarily abandons his lazy boy for a visit to the museum! ; )) but hey, i've learned my lesson: never judge a man by his appearance!! greetings, sabine.
  • Leo_nid 04/18/2012 22:57

    yes, you were there at the right moment
  • Claude Coeudevez 04/18/2012 19:11

    perfect similitude



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