People and Places: Taking a Break, Tate Modern, London

A girl reading a book in a quiet corner of the Tate Modern Gallery in London
Taking a break at the Tate Modern

Travel of any sorts is not possible and certainly not what it was.

As this is the case, I have decided to look back at the places I have been fortunate enough to visit and the people I have encountered along the way.

I have picked this collection of photos from various times and situations, some through travel to foreign countries, others in this country or whilst out and about (something else that is unfamiliar at present).

I took this shot around two years ago. I’d taken a walk to the Tate Modern in my lunch break and this view of the girl resting in the shop window got my attention.

She didn’t seem to have a care in the world.

This, like most street photography was incidental and I wonder how many of these such shots have been lost due to the lack of activity?


  1. This is an absolutely incredible shot Keith. You may have already figured this out, but yellow is one of my favorite colors, and the pop of yellow gives this shot so much visual weight.

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