The Buddah in Hell's Kitchen by JBWPhoto
Sometimes the story involves a question: What happens next?
Storm Approaching by urbandesign
Other times, people evoke the mystery: Who is this man? What is he like?
Handful of Rings by henatayeb
Or you begin to imagine the rest of the scene, hearing the excitement in little voices, the slap of small palms against the dough. Who brought the children together? Are they siblings? friends? Are they getting along as well as it appears? Will the buns be any good, or will too many little cooks spoil the dough?
hot cross buns by allieart4children
Sometimes the story takes a step back to focus on the photographer more than the subject: why she chose a particular subject, how he achieved a certain effect.
Untiled No. 128 by FrancesPhotography
Curiosity and story are integral to human life. Photos that evoke them tap into a very deep well.
Nakedeye17 (Su) thinks of photography as a wake-up call: "Hey, everybody! Are you seeing this?" She loves to capture humor, too, and anything wondrous strange. Find Nakedeye17's shop here