Sometimes museums are relaxing. You can always find benches in the galleries in order to contemplate the paintings. Not only they exist in every museum the world over, but they are really useful. I look forward to dump myself on one of those places after wandering for hours at a slow pace nourishing my eyes. In this picture, they are very tempting. What seems surprising is that it all looks fake. It gives the impression that I directed the shot and placed the people exactly where they should be. Even the boy walking out of the frame seems to have been carefully positioned, almost like a plastic toy. The couple in the middle looks like an advertising for a travel agent. The man is smiling and in a laid back conversation with his wife or girl friend. The styling of the clothes is just perfect. As for the fourth person, looking out, he definitely has been put there to open the picture. One little boy on the left, one young man on the right. There is ample space for a base line and all sorts of relevant information. But no, this not advertising, it is all a frozen moment, a fragment of reality. What photography is all about.