Weekly Photo Challenge: Dialogue

Indeed, there’s no better way to reveal people than what they say, and the manner in which they say it. We’re all interested in dialogue–the engaging conversation exchange as defined in The Daily Post.

In photography though, that is not often the case. Frédéric Biver, the host of this week’s photo challenge, brought the sense of dialogue to a higher, different level. According to him, dialogue can be perceived as a consensual interaction between two images in photography. Placed next to each other, each photograph opens up to meanings that weren’t there when viewed alone. Each composition reveals the photographer’s specific sensitivity to certain content or visual elements.

So here’s what I came up with:

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11 Comments Add yours

    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      The subject is a mudhouse with a roof that is made up of coconut leaves, The uppermost part of which is where the dove stood.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Very interesting photo.


  1. Mabel Kwong says:

    Ooooo. Interesting photo you got here for this week’s challenge, Sony. If not for your previous comment, I would never have guessed it was a mudhouse. Can definitely make out the bird right on the top – it must be looking down at the rest of the world, thinking itself as high and mighty. Glad to see that you are back and posting, Sony. I was wondering where you went 🙂


    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Thanks for noticing, Mabel. At work, we are currently in our busiest months because of the budget plan. Squeezing this little happiness of mine–writing a blog post–in my schedule is really hard these days. I hope I can at least post one every two weeks for the next two months.

      I am about to read your last post and I think I can get some nuggets of wisdom that can help me cope with what’s happening to me.


      1. Mabel Kwong says:

        Sounds like a crazy busy time for you, Sony.Busy and keeping occupied. I’m sure your office is glad to have you working so hard and efficiently for them. Take a break every now and then to relax and re-gain your focus. Blogging sounds like a good way to relax for a bit. But it already sounds like you’re on top of everything.

        Thanks for stopping by my blog as always. I will respond soon.


      2. Sony Fugaban says:

        The pleasure is mine, Mabel.

        Thanks for reminding me about taking time to pause and relax to regain my focus. I will surely do that right after the endeavor–at work.


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