When I saw this photograph by Emilia Krolik I had a little laugh. Every person in this scene standing on their own but performing the same action contemporaneously tickled me. At the same time, though, it is symptomatic of the modern age that most people live their lives through digital media, and not in person.
That said, I really like Emilia's shot not only because of what it represents but also for the way she has captured it. I like how the people in the scene are almost silhouettes, making them stand out against the background but also giving them anonymity. I also like the symmetry in the textures between the paving stones and the brickwork of the building. This is a really fine example of street photography!
Emilia is an accomplished photographer who doesn't limit herself to just one style. On a personal note, I especially like her urban and street photography which convey a true sense and emotion of the locations. Please use the link above to see the image on Flickr and take your time to browse through the rest of her work. I'm sure you'll like what you see.