A QUIET HELLO TO DAVID

June 7, 2008 § Leave a comment

Was on my way to the History&Living gallery at the National Museum for community service when I thought I’d take some pictures of Titarubi (Indonesian artist)’s batik-covered David.

As I was about to snap, this Japanese little girl toddled over and gently lay her hand at the base of the fibre-glass sculpture before her mother tugged her away.

For a brief second, it was a lovely picture of innocence solemnly greeting a giant.

I’m not a fantastic photographer by any means, but for me, it was a perfect Kodak moment.

Larger image here

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