371 living statue


South Street Seaport, New York City | Canon 300D, 2006

Oct 8, 2006

19 comments:

Joe said...

This is really good, the expression on the womens face is priceless! Good eye and great timing

Kimberley said...

Gracious when I first scrolled down I thought that was a real person! My! Great photo!

ndiginiz said...

Tena koe ehoa
They make great topics of interest on the street mime artists and this one looks really interesting. The processing brings out the textures of the fatigues on his costume real well. The passerby has the facial expression of being surprised that this statue is alive! Very spontaneous street image which is what I like very much.

Sidney said...

Always fun those living statues!
I wonder how they can stand still for so many hours...
Nice with this smiling lady!

Rajesh Dangi said...

W O N D E R F U L !!

anton said...

That looks great in monochrome!

lino said...

nice contrasts... looks like he's very tall or he's just standing on a platform?

backpack_everyday said...

Woow Great --stunning---plus the previous photo is good too.

Ash said...

Funny :-)

micki said...

Great catch!! Her expression is awesome.

I could never do this, I have to keep moving all the time.

dave said...

Very fun. Performance artist, right, but she got in on your act. Yesterday's shot is just lovely.

Maaya said...

That'a good one...She seems to be really enjoying the moment...perfect timing.

Karl said...

hehe :) I saw some of these living statues in london, it's just amazing and a big fun for kids

Ashish Sidapara said...

Way cool, lovely expression from the lady .. great shot!

Dave MacIntyre said...

Awesome! I've seen the "silver man" and Statue of Liberty models doing this stuff before. Excellent.

PhotoSam said...

lol, another one to smile at....8/10

photo-effe said...

I love the expression from the lady in the background!

Still said...

A very interesting shots, by contrasts and expressions!

Paul said...

They're so talented (and patient) those guys aren't they. We have them over in London here too. They scare the hell out of some poeple!