So most of you thought that there is no need to 'look up' for your photo-language - You think it will emerge eventually. Well, point taken :)
Back to the photo above. I don't usually take such still-life photos. I love taking photos of people, I find more joy in the little Homo-sapiens nuances, but sometimes a good still photo might have a very strong impact.
One of such photos is by my favorite photographer (and my favorite blog of the week) - Nils Jorgensen. Here are two example for his genius 'photo-eye' - 'Closed' and 'World within a world' (advised to go over his gallery. Really inspiring stuff).
The first one ('Closed') struck me of how something so simple, so mundane, can be also so clever and strong. I honestly don't know if I would "see" something like this.
Do you have such 'still-life' photos, photos that had a real impact on you?
Please link then in your comment - Whether it's your own, or by other photographer.
Also, I would like to thank Ron (@rtd13) for featuring me on "The Weekly Bzzzzz"!