We all know that photography is a powerful medium of expression, and a better way of communication.
A picture is said to be worth a thousand words.
Is not the interpretation is based on perception?
I am not evening talking of the photoshop techniques and the other fake stuff etc, that can be manufactured in photos according to one’s whims and fancies.
I am just talking about the simple and plain photo click on the street.
What is the truth in the above photo?
We see three individuals looking at those clothes.
Out of the three at least one must be the seller.
We see the two-wheeler with the varieties of clothes for sale.
By their appearance and behaviour or body language can you tell who the seller is and who the buyer is?
My friend, we are always fooled by our perceptions, strangely we think we are very intelligent in guessing.
“Your perception of the world around you is not necessarily the same as what actually is occurring” Peter Ralston, Laura Ralston
Let me see how our readers come out with their imagination.
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This post is part of John Steiner’s Cellpic Sunday Photo Challenge