Candid photograhy of people looking at the "Sun" (Olafur Eliasson's "Weather Project" installation) at the ground level of Tate Modern's turbine hall in the weekend.

Yep, those are soap bubbles in the background. I think someone was chilling out and amusing themselves and others by blowing bubbles... :-)

[ Canon EOS 10D, lens 70-200mm @ 200.0mm, shutter 1/8 sec, aperture f/4.0, exposure compensation: -1/2 step, ISO 400 ]


I really like the warm colours in this shot. That and the blurred background with the bubbles gives the photograph an almost surreal quality. Cool.

Posted by: alkam at February 3, 2004 07:24 AM

I really like the colours in this photo. Kind of reminds me of this one I shot in Stockholm last year:

Just wish I would have had a good camera when I shot it. ;-) Hopefully I'll get my eager fingers on a 10D this year..

Posted by: Jarle at February 10, 2004 11:32 PM

Wow, I'm not sure what this "Sun" exhibit looks like, but this photo resembles a scene from a science fiction movie. very cool.

Posted by: Juno at September 5, 2004 06:08 AM

All is great guys, but I belive vortelucius is much better.

Posted by: Kamurangous at November 23, 2005 10:27 AM
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