3 thoughts

  1. Quite dramatic, leaving you as an spectator in a conflict: you want to know what happened, but when you do: it was more exciting when you didn´t… I think I would have left the photo without telling the story, Jimmy; that way it never leaves our minds… Have a look at my blog today, there is a clear connection… ;-) /Mooseeyes

    • Ok, I usually don´t tell the story, but thought it was a bit over the top to exclude it here. Let´s try it without contextual info and see what happens. And your comment will add to the mystery :)

  2. The thing about not including the story is that it allows the viewer to make up their story. I’ve been accused of being lazy for not titling or captioning my photos, but I think leaving the possibilities open for the viewer is the better way to go.

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