At first when I looked at the picture, I thought..mmm. But then I looked, and between the colors, the sparseness of the interior space, the facial expressions and body language of the people, combined with all the brilliant colors, contrasting again with the sparsity of food, I found so many stories in there. I also found the reflection of of the interior and exterior worlds to be interesting.
I enjoy the juxtaposition of the view inside the window and the reflections on it. The inside and outside worlds occupying the same space. The red blue and green colors make it that much more surreal. It looks like a snapshot of a dream.
Me again. Also with the age of that car, and the pillars up above, is that a time lapse or double exposure?
@K. Munro Maybe to YOU they do. They Speak Volumes To Me, if that's what "Inspiration" is.
I can hear the Latin Music Bouncing Off Of The Walls.
Perhaps you need to Get Out & About a Little More Often.
"?" ....Means What? Or should we all just use our Imaginations.
Well ..... Your Profile Location isn't filled in, neither is anything else, so I have No Idea where YOU are From.
Is "Who" Or "Why" Important? It's a Collage Of "Cuba" and Various Activities. Why not just accept the Picture for what it is. How do you manage to find "political commentary" in there?
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