(Leica D-Lux 5)
Treating not any wayside scene as a passing glance certainly stands a photographer in good stead. Attention and good shots are kith and kin to each other. What is not obvious on the spot for the scene, since the observer is taking in at one full scoop even the irrelevant elements, will speak out in the framed shot that subtracts the interfering factors. When the framed final image funnels the details to the photographer as a viewer by way of colour, tonality, composition and so on, it becomes obvious that the scene is telling a story, teaching some truth or turning the head just for some special visual interest. Practice can shorten the time gap for reaching this epiphanic juncture from the first glance to the final viewing. In fact, practice makes such an epiphany automatic, if not instinctive.
What is the wayside world in today's image saying to you? In a philosophical way, it can be saying what we are waiting for in the material world could be elusive and illusive. The image is at least visually inviting.