Photo © Colin Page
Lone figure at the Tate
The idea was to explore loneliness in the city.
As the sun moves, so does the shadow, bringing the space to life.
The never ending dance between darkness & light, life & death.
The figure is blurred as to show that me are here in a fleeting moment.
The recent Coronavirus outbreak ment social distancing was the new normal and the self imposed forced quarantine was hard on the whole of soceity, with no interaction and long periods of solitude.
Taken at the Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern, London, Uk.
Colin Page UNITED KINGDOM
I have been interested and practising photography from the age of around 15. In another life I spent time as a professional dark room manager.
My life changed dramatically when serious illness, which included major construction of a new stomach.
The route back to a near normal life was to devote myself to a deeper study and interest in photography.
Many things inspire me to take photos; music, books and the thought of being back in hospital where even walking can not be taken for granted.
I can no longer use or handle heavy cameras with long lens because of the weakness in my arms, so I use a smaller camera enabling to shoot with ease in variety of situations.
I strive for simple dynamic powerful pictures.
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