i am fascinated by the way an image can affect our emotions. how our brain must continually make sense of everything we see...find some sort of pattern or repetition in an image (subconsciously or not.) when i see an image i always attempt to formulate some sort of story to explain it. let me know (oh you who maybepossibly read this) what emotions one or more of these images below provoke. what sort of story might lie behind them and give them purpose. or whether you see any purpose at all in them. obviously, the photographers and artists already have stories and meanings for them all, but i want to see what you come up with. at least how that particular image affects your emotions.
i would like to know what you think.
#1. "the overachievers" by clare grill
#2. "hugo (library)" by joseph o. holmes
#3. "Bar Tender | San Antonio, TX | 1-Person Household | Goes to sleep at 8AM and wakes up at 4PM daily"
by mark menjivar (this one makes me laugh.)
#4. "untitled #6" by jessica bruah (a personal favourite.)
#5. "untitled (sad vader)" by alex brown
#6. "winter flags (east village, new york)" by youngna park
#7. "VHS" by hollis brown thornton (i like the name hollis for some reason.)
#8. "untitled" by mark monteiro
#9. "ringside" by jason birtch
#10. "steps" by thomas prior
#11. "azaruja #1, 23/7/2001, 11:58" by bert teunissen (heart this oneee)
#12. "momento vitae" by alexander beeching