The Beginning on The Milky Way


Submitting this for the Weekly Photo Challenge – The Beginning πŸ™‚

The original title of the photo is “The Milky Way”, and I share it as not only a photo, but a texture resource that you can use for your projects or whatever your heart desires.

I dislike talking about my photography work, mostly because I do not want to lead you on into a vision. Instead, I want you to think of your own story behind the photo and recognise yourself, your past, your future – who is to tell? I like to keep the possibilites as endless as possible. Hope you enjoyed viewing!

~ by Oloriel on January 5, 2014.

15 Responses to “The Beginning on The Milky Way”

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  2. Close my eyes and dream of a story…

  3. Oh OLOriel! This is just awesome…endless possibilities, like u say!

  4. Stunning! πŸ™‚

  5. I love how you can do these kinda of things with photography! My favourite part is to try figure out what it is to begin – and then I just have to use my imagination which is probably the best part right πŸ˜‰

  6. I think it’s genius. And equally impressive is your ability to withhold the story and give that experience to the viewer. I love your work AND your execution/delivery. :0)

    The first thing I see is a pile of salt on a table; little speckles that escaped here and there along the bottom of the frame. Also, I see a vast mountain landscape, like Turkey. I see the beach and I see ice. These are the things I see in my mind’s eye, without imagining. If I were to tell you what I see with BOTH of my artistic eyes, we’d be here all day. Heh… This has been a fun experiment. :0)

    • Thank you very much for your reply, it is exactly what I wanted to achieve. In a way, it feels like this single photo can be Everything – a milion things that it is and a milion things that it isn’t πŸ™‚

  7. Surreal and yet so natural. A photograph can weave a lot many stories. It is for us to decide which one we chose for ourselves. You are extremely talented both in writing and photography, my friend.

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