This book was recommended to me by Jock, so naturally I jumped right on it and I’m glad I did. The cover image is the most striking for me, but there are many more images within that appeal to me due to their high-contrast, their fragment of life look (a “street photo” appearance) but they tell a story.
There was one image in particular of a man who appears to be weeping at the bottom of a long flight of stairs. I don’t know what his story is, but one aspect of art is we all see what we want to see, or there’s a connection our mind makes based on experiences. I won’t go into the details, but the image spoke me and re-enforced this truth that art means something to each person. My image “Into Dreamtime” has been my most successful image, but someone recently told me it didn’t stand out for him.
But I beheld this book and and glad I did.