Monday, January 9, 2012

One's imagination fills in the blanks

Often a photograph fails to provide the full picture. To me an incomplete image lets the viewer complete the picture. The completed image will be different for each person but indeed each completed image will be the correct one....for you.

If the camera were pointed over the shoulders of the onlookers towards the object of their attention, there would be nothing for the viewer to participate in. I see skepticism, approval, humor, inquiry, even a sense of mentorship. Whatever the object of attention, for sure these onlookers have the experience and skills to judge for themselves.



DawnTreader said...

Great point of view, Dan! (in double sense)

Steve Gravano said...

Beautiful color. So true, it was always fun in school to listen to students fill in the blanks while looking at photographs by others.

Dan Felstead said...

Dawn Treader thanks for the "double entendre"! Thanks for stopping by.


Dan Felstead said...

Steve...the imagination of a child can always teach us something.


Cynthia L. H. said...

Love this one ~~ overflowing with the various personalities. ;^)

David said...

Perfect shot!