For my weekly challenge, I decided to use an image that makes me think about the dialogue within an image, about the meaning and usage of detail. Can the viewer look beyond the image, especially in photography, beyond the details, the technique, the subject matter and see something else artistically without being asked to do so?
I took a series of photos deliberately out of focus, to concentrate on the composition, the color, the movement. Sometimes getting lost in the details, means losing the details. Like the saying “You can’t see the forest for the trees” my photo lets you see the whole rather than the individual. Opinions?