– Tate Britain, 20th January 2015 –
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Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have started a new blog together. It’s a conversation in pictures and it’s called Between Scarlett and Guest.
Oh, perfect frame..s!! 🙂
Thanks very much, my friend 🙂
Great door, great shot, great eye!!
Thanks so much, Ellen – lovely compliment!
You’re most welcome!
Reblogged this on writing in airplanes and commented:
I was over at Richard Guest’s blog, The Future is Papier Mache, catching up. I find his posts always interesting and am happy to share it.
Thanks very much, Daniel – much appreciated!
From the look on his face, you subject was about to take the option suggested by the signs.
Yes, indeed. I watched him for quite a while – he must have been waiting for someone else.
He’s so over it, I think! I would buy him an ice cream! Fabulous piece, Richard! 😊
Ha, ha, yes! Thanks very much, Gigi!
Good one Richard. I like the little bits of someone off to the left, as well as that fellow with the look of, what? Boredom? Dismay?
Yes, I wish I knew what he was thinking. Thanks very much, Ashley.
Oh this is so good! Is it real Richard? Speaks to my experience, or that of someone dear to my heart. The truncated glimpses of that other world are so intriguing. And to think he wants out!
Thanks so much, Philippa! Yes, it’s real. He eventually caught me taking shots of him, so I stopped, ha ha.
It is easy forget you are not invisible behind the lens!
Hehe… Nicely framed, Richard! He doesn’t look massively enthusiastic about being there, though, lol…
Thanks very much, Richard! No, indeed…
Braderie au Musé Tussaud, solde sur les mannequins en vitrine …!!!
Great, thanks very much, Alison.
YES! Not only is it a great shot, it portrays the scene at the “art scene”!
Thanks so much, Elena! It was fun taking it – although I got caught, ha ha.
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