National Museum of Marine Science and Technology No. 367, Beining Rd, Zhongzheng District, Keelung City, Taiwan 202 May 18, 2016
Category: Photography, Portraits, Street Photography, Taiwan, Uncategorized Tagged: baby, generations, Grandmother, Keelung, kiss, love, mother, National Museum of Marine Science and Technology, Photography, Taiwan, Timothy S. Allen
Lena, thank you. It was a chance situation and fortunately I was above them on a balcony.
Love this one Tim, congratulations!
Stu, thank you. In the right place at the right time.
..and the vision to see the image!
Well, true. I did have some warning. I was photographing the work of a sculptor who is from Poland and part of The 2016 Keelung International Marine Environmental Art Project that my wife curates, when I saw the grandmother waving her hands and the baby’s. I looked and saw the mother approaching with her arms waving. I focused on the three coming together and kept shooting. I had two or three good choices but this seemed the best.
If you’re interested in the link to the project my wife is curating, here is the link. https://nmmstartproject.wordpress.com
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