There’s a story, behind every picture, isn’t it obvious, considering that when we take pictures we want to seize that particular moment, whether that be a family photo or just a situation that you find interesting and intriguing.
All over the world and every day and every minute there is a photo somewhere being taken and each and every one of those photos, like the moment it captures, has a story.
The story maybe brief, or it may be long, or maybe not even known. The picture might even show its story, or hints of what it could be, but then maybe what is shown is not really true. None the less, for some reason we have taken these pictures, we show them, or hide them away, post them for others to see on Godinterest, and sometimes we wait to see what other people may say.
People often say that a picture is worth a thousand words, it implies something, it means something, you take it as you want.
The exact phrase “A picture is worth a thousand words” for the first time appeared as an advertisement in San Antonio Light newspaper in 1918.
Never underestimate that feeling you get when you look at a photograph or a painting, hear the lyrics of a song and think “Yes. That, exactly. That is how I feel right now.”
The beauty of the pictures is that it captures universal emotions and makes us feel a bit less alone.
Our feet may never come close to what these kids do. we’re sure it’s a long tiring day for them collecting scrap woo.
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