It is more about the message of a photo than about what is in the photo. Some artists intend to be clear in their messages, in illustration of their ideas, and some do not care if they will be understood or misinterpreted. – Paula
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Surreal it is! I don’t know why the skull (I suppose it is a skull) on the ground keeps drawing my eye more than other elements in the image. It is about evolution, right?
It’s a mask on the floor. The image is open for interpretation. 🙂
I know it is (open to interpretation) :D, but I can guess. The mask reminds me of a skull.
It reminds me of one of those Venetian masks, but a grotesque version of it. I saw it in Reykjavik and I’m pretty sure it was made out of leather.
Skull masks in carnivals were not uncommon.
Evolution is a nice interpretation I think.
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Surreal in the extreme….I’m not sure of the message, but I’ll go with Paula’s evolution idea
Extremely surreal. It was even worse: I made one version where the fish had a fish-balloon, but it got too ‘crowded’ – too many elements in there.
That’s the trouble…the message is in the minimalism
Love fishes and don’t mind the smell at all… 😀 😀 😀
Hehe, same here.
Surreal works for me. I’m not sure I want to know exactly what it means. I’m not even sure what the pictures I take actually mean 🙂
I don’t want to know what it means either. It’s just a digital manipulation and there’s no deeper meaning behind it.
Bold and suggestive. Makes me think also of evolution… but maybe in a more negative sense? Degeneration.
There’s definitely some degeneration going on there, that’s for sure.