Klimt – The Click?!

0.4 f/7.1 ISO 800 40mm Pen f

It appears as many people go to Vienna to see Klimt’s The Kiss as they do Paris for Mona Lisa.

As I was stood trying to admire this vibrant and famous work I was reminded of Martin Parr‘s capture of the tourists at The Lourve.

I couldn’t help but shoot my own cheeky homage.

I didn’t want to capture the original painting, no photograph could do it justice.

The moment and the scramble were worth documenting though.

What do you think of my take on Parr?

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