Exposed Thoughts

Looking up into a hopeful, bright new day – this was spring in Buenos Aires, 2014.

State of mind in a picture? Well, yes. I think most pictures reflect the maker’s state of mind at the moment. You take a picture of what you see. And what your attention actually focuses on, whether it’s details or a broader view or a moment, that showcases your thoughts at the time.

Photos are like exposed thoughts, actually.


24 responses to “Exposed Thoughts

    • The trees really were that color and I almost feel cheated in not knowing they existed earlier! 😉 The more I think about it, the more it really does feel like photos display your innermost thoughts, feelings, secret desires…. Must stop thinking like this or I’ll never post another photo!


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