Sometimes when I take a picture through a dirty window, I get an image that’s full of details I couldn’t see but that my camera spotted.
And other times, it’s more of a, shall we say, minimalist view. Depending on my mood, I like the simple ones better. This one, for example, with the heaviness of that white wood on one side offset by that cobweb on the other appeals to my eye.
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