I have said that I can remember taking many of the photos I have even years after the actual capture. I suppose I’m pretty focused when I do that. (Bad pun, I know) But I also take photos that are forgotten. This one would be an example. I was spending a little time going through my travel photos and came across this scene from the Louvre in Paris.
These children and their teacher/mother/???? have set up shop by the easel of an artist who has permission to paint a copy of one of the paintings in this gallery, though when I look at the copy and the wall I can’t see which one. The copyist is gone but the observers remain. Why, I don’t know. And which gallery this is, I couldn’t say. There are many unanswered questions. Maybe someone reading this has answers. . . ?