I stopped into the International Center of Photography while wandering around New York this week, and just had to grab this photo. I stalked the shot for a while; fortunately the subject was quite entranced and was there for a long time, as I had to wait for other people to get out of the way. The path cleared, I fired two shots, and in the second, someone walked part-way into frame.

Patience and timing… two major components of photography!

It’s funny, a security guard stopped me. But I think he was waiting for me to get my shot before telling me “no photography”. Nice guy :)

Photography, Appreciated, at the ICPPhotography, Appreciated, at the ICP @ October 2011 | Fuji X100 @ ISO 3200, ƒ/8, 1/20

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