I am using the phrase ‚eschew obfuscation‘ to describe pictures which tell a story, without words.
Or with as few words as are needed. In some case none.
I came across the phrase when looking for materials to use with my students when teaching them how to write in English in a clear and simple manner. Avoid obtuse words (like that one).
I then thought I could apply it to photos I’ve taken, to photos which don’t need much clarification and tell a story in themselves.
Sometimes it’s a memory, sometimes a look, a smell, a sense. It’s personal.
I’ve chosen the ones which meant something to me when I took them.
To each his own. Here is a sample
While thinking about this post, I came across this link from the Economist which covers a similar theme: