16 Meditative Pictures of Thinkers

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Getting a shot of someone deep in thought is very much like getting a picture of someone sleeping: it’s all about being in the right place at the right time without disturbing your subject. Then again, you could just have a statue pose for you.

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Close up of The Thinker by Brian Hillegas

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thinker by Petras Gagilas

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A Little monk in the market by Sukanto Debnath

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Vladi by Marko Milošević

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Image by Danilo Arenas Ireijo

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Sunset & the Thinker by Esparta Palma

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:: عزه الله إني بالمودة تحملت..ما حدن في زعلي خفف الحمل عني :: by » Zitona «

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Modern Thinker by Joselito Tagarao

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Thinkers by Osbornb

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Portrait of a Deep Thinker/Sinus Sufferer by stephanie carter

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Contemplative Man by Pedro Ribeiro Simões

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The Thinker by Nana B Agyei

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The Thinker by Jayel Aheram

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The Thinker by Ole Martin J

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The Thinker... by Keven Law

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Seltsam im Nebel... - In the Mist by Hartwig HKD

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  1. Edward deCroce

    Of course, it’s always been a compositional taboo to crop off a subjects toes. But there are some innovative “thinkers” in the group. Only a few seems overly posed.

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  2. Ellen

    I love that last one. Beautiful Shot!

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  3. p.murugesan

    Trouble free pictures……

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  4. R-and-b

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/robandbriony/8498969836

    Not posed, just taken and later realised was just like the Thinker

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