Now wait a doggoned minute, where did that woman's clothing go, and when did this switch to nudes?Originally Posted by mark
One can make the argument that a landscape devoid of people is emotional but there is a paradox or two inherent in that. There are always two people at a minimum: the photographer and the viewer. The connection between those two people (even the same person, between now and the future or past) implies a whole host of relationships that can only be ignored by the deliberately blind.
Rocks and trees and clouds don't move people, people do.