not looking is an unreasonable choice

Photographs, it has often been said, both objectify and subjectify what they depict. They atomize time, disconnecting past from present. A picture may tell a thousand words, but words have ultimate power over photographs because each photograph is just a fragment: it needs words to assign it a context, and this context may change along with the message of the image.

NYTM: Photographs That Cry Out for Meaning

originally posted by xowie

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