I agree with you. In making my comment I was actually thinking about the 5 minutes I had to wait so there wasn't someone posing in front of the statue with someone taking the photo. I have no problem with the people in this photo because they were not directly in front.
Bob Locher wrote:
I respectfully disagree. Why should there not be people - it is a public place in an urban environment. And people honor Mozart's memory. Without the people the photo would be sterile.
It is a nice picture, and the wan winter sunlight add to the atmosphere. As do the people with cold weather attire.