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Shadow Woman

I was at the Tate Modern restaurant, top floor, beautiful river views of London She was fidgity and nervous. It seemed like she didn’t like waiting by herself. Her insecurity was really obvious, I stood next to her, waiting on a free table to become available. I did not intend to photograph her, rather I was photographing the room and the hard-light creating intriguing shadows in the space. She was looking out the window at first, but she became alert when I raised my camera, her body language was quite hostile. I noticed the mysterious way the light had cut her face into two – one of light and one of shadow. I had to take a picture. It is an accidentaly portrait. She rolled her eyes and rolled her head after I put my camera down, a grand gesture of displeasure perhaps.

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