High Fives in Dulwich


Yesterday we visited the Dulwich Picture Gallery. There are a number of Rembrandt paintings there we wanted to see. So enjoyed it.

Then, a little way down from the gallery, we came across this piece. I loved the beautiful way in which it captured the action and the playfulness of the moment. Talk about “High fives.” I took the shot with my phone.


About Don

My name is Don Scrooby and I live in the United Kingdom. I have a deep love for nature and open spaces and one of my great loves in life is sketching, particularly in pen and water colour and occasionally in pencil. I’m quite new at the art and I sketch mainly from photographs I’ve taken, but also enjoy outdoor sketching. My sketchbooks, although no great shakes, are important to me and I decided to create my blog in order to share some of their contents with those who may be interested.
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18 Responses to High Fives in Dulwich

  1. Indeed, Don. Love the playfulness. And I hope you’re enjoying playing, too.


  2. eyegawker says:

    I love the dynamism that’s captured in the solid structure, the artist was able to convey so much movement in just a simple high five. Great find!


  3. Don….this statue brings happy emotions. Love the high five!!!! Art in all forms brings happiness to this girl….thanks for sharing.


  4. Isn’t that just delightful? Thank you for showing us that joyful piece. 🙂


  5. It does capture the moment, Don. Your picture is perfect.


  6. Shweta says:

    This piece does show the joy & the delight 🙂 A joyous high five!


  7. Forest So Green says:

    I like the fun in this photo, Annie


  8. ladyfi says:

    What a happy shot!


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