Walking through a long corridor in the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas last year, I spotted this advertisement on the wall. The woman’s pose and gaze intrigued me, so I camped out on the opposite side of the corridor and waited for a passerby. My goal was to use a slow shutter speed to blur the motion of someone passing by, and line that person up with her gaze. It wasn’t until later that I noticed the painting on the wall, of a woman watching the woman in the chair, who is now watching the man walk by. And I was watching them all!
Taken with a Nikon D90, f/4.5, at 1/3 second handheld, ISO 400, 27mm focal length, and cropped.