Photographer's Note

I was preparing to take photographs of the play "Waiting For GODOT". Waiting for Godot was written by Samuel Beckett in French in 1949.

In the first scene, two men, Vladimir and Estragon, wait on a lonely country road for an appointment with Godot. After a while Pozzo enters, leading Lucky on a rope. They talk. Godot fails to arrive. The second scene is a mirror image of the first. The Irish critic Vivian Mercier called Waiting for Godot a play in which 'nothing happens, twice'.
'Astride of a grave in a difficult birth. Down in the hole, lingeringly, the grave-digger puts on the forceps. We have time to grow old. The air is full of our cries. [He listens.] But habit is a great deadener.'
Vladimir, Waiting for Godot

Suddenly i have noticed the guy in the picture. He has been sitting alone in the seats for a long time before the play began. He seemed very thoughtful. He was focusing on the scene. When i was taking this photo,i have realized that seats were arranged in an order and guy is in conformity with this view.

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Viewed: 1997
Points: 14
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