When A Picture Speaks More Than A Thousand Words


When a picture speaks more than a thousand words

When a picture speaks more than a thousand words

It is not only because it has good composition

When a picture speaks more than a thousand words

But also because of its nuance

When a picture speaks more than a thousand words

One picture in different nuances

When a picture speaks more than a thousand words

Can provoke different impressions

When a picture speaks more than a thousand words

That’s how a photography work

When a picture speaks more than a thousand words

To provoke an impression

When a picture speaks more than a thousand words

For us to express our feelings

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Do those pictures speak differently to you?

16 thoughts on “When A Picture Speaks More Than A Thousand Words

    • Where is my reply to you gone? :S

      Thank you very much for your comment, Katie. I am sure I did reply your comment before. I must deleted it by mistake. I am sorry for that.

  1. What beautiful photos. I do love the sepia and black and white. To me, they seem more mysterious and approachable in some way. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work. – Amy

  2. Yes, the mood of the picture changes between the variations. Some brings a feeling of a storm approaching, some a feeling of loneliness, some a feeling of cold. My favourite is the second one. It’s a little more dark and gloomy that the others and makes the person feel unprotected and fragile. And for me this colour tone brings out some beautiful details in the picture. Fun to compare the various pictures.

  3. Yes, hard to believe it’s the same photo throughout– a testament to the power of color!

    I vote for Bright Gold #5. It spoke 4,562 words to me, the runner-up only 999… : )

    Great post, Inge!

    • Thank you very much, yinyin. And thank you very much for exploring and liking my posts. Thanks for giving your time. Really appreciated.πŸ™‚

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