TELL, DON’T JUST SHOW
Somewhere in… Costa Rica --
Every picture shows a story. .
The showed story can go like this: .
“When I was strolling down the main street of a little town on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica named Santa Teresa, I saw a howler monkey pretending to ride a motorcycle surrounded by surfing boards. When I lifted my camera to take a picture, it saw me and escaped in the dark jungle. I photographed the motorcycle anyway – it reminded me of all the mischief I had done as a child. .
On the other side, every picture tells a story.
The told story can go like this:
“It was a warm and rainy night and the only sounds that could still be heard in the small village on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica were the constant whipping of the waves against the shore and the cry of the mighty howler monkeys. One of these indigenous jungle dwellers decided to have some fun and mounted a BMW clasped between two used up surfs. The beast imitated a human that it had seen during the day, grabbed the handles and made a purring sound with its leaps. All of a sudden it saw that below the tree a homo sapiens was watching it and was raising a light-reflecting object in its direction. “Oh no, not the smelly fruits again,” it thought and ran back into the thicket. .
Tell stories, don’t just show them. --
And that’s that. - 9 hours ago