Photography is not about luck but about opportunity. Stand still, be patient, and opportunities will come to you. All you have to be able to do is see them and capture them.
This is another image from the vast turbine hall at Tate Modern (dating from the time when this building was a power generator) – click here for a previous image taken on the same day. Often home to monumental works of art, in between times the turbine hall is simply a space that people traverse. There is a mezzanine level that spans the space – ideal for people watching. A few minutes waiting, camera in hand, will almost always be rewarded.
It was the juxtaposition of the various people in the frame that attracted me – their arrangement, and their varied mobilities. I converted this to B&W because colour seemed largely irrelevant – it is the shapes and the contrast that create the image.