A conventional photograph is a two-dimensional image of a three-dimensional reality. In my (landscape) photography I always try to add my own ‘third dimension’. The average person still looks at it as a two-dimensional image but every now and then there is somebody who looks beyond it. Last week a woman from my village replied to one of my photographs: “…I don’t know enough about photography to comment, actually…..but you seem to get this amazing, molten, liquidy metallic thing going in your pics…and I love it!…”
It just made my day!