Not Seeing Is Believing

I’ve often been intrigued by what is just around the corner… what is just over the hill… what just moved in the corner of my eye. Many of us are. Human nature. With that question in mind, I’d created a series of images based on those visual components that only suggest—they never tell a complete story. Of course, every image does this to some degree because all images have four sides where the image stops. But, by showing a full frame of an image and blocking out most of it with a field of color, I was hoping the intrigue becomes more palpable. More annoying.

One thought on “Not Seeing Is Believing

  1. Cool idea. I found myself filling in the blanks with familiar settings. The bench next to the crack on the pavement jumped out immediately. Made me feel like you took this picture on my mom’s patio.

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