This series continues my interest in the cognitive aspects of photographic images, how we interpret what we see and begin to make meanings.

We constantly tend to misuse or misunderstand the term “reality” in relation to photographs. The photograph itself is the only thing that is real.

Robert Heinecken[1]

[1] Davis, Keith, F. An American Century of Photograph from Dry Plate to Digital, 2nd edition, New York 1999, p.310.