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March 07, 2013

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Your Son is playing a blade of grass - great fun.

In my perception, there is a fine line between an ambiguous/mysterious image that is a good photo versus one that is not. I find that if the photo is not visually compelling to begin with, it just makes me frustrated, almost angry, very quickly trying to figure it out and I don't waste my time. This may be more so when the identity of the depiction itself is the mysterious element, rather than as your photos here depict, the ambiguity lies in something like what is being said or what lies behind a door.

carl

Fascinating topic. Check out-
http://www.boredpanda.com/funny-optical-illusions/

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