Anthropomorphization

Along with an idealized (and often false) perfection in nature photography, we look for something we can relate to. That’s why many of my most successful photographs of flowers seem to be showing something with animus: for example, this ranunculus, found in Julian’s garden, reminds me of a face.

Another example: this wet poppy bud seems to remind many people of an anatomical part (you can decide for yourself what they have in mind).

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