As photographers, we are told that most great images tell a story, although that story will be interpreted differently by each viewer. Because an image is a visual slice of a narrative captured by an individual photographer, it will of course be highly subjective. Viewers can only guess at the context in which the image was taken and so a difference of interpretation must exist as each viewer tries to make what they will of the image.

It is our intention, here at WAPF, that In My View will foster a collaboration between photographers and writers to demonstrate how each writer interprets the story of the photograph that confronts them. As a photographer, I am always intrigued to read the story that others see in my own work.

Photographers, your task is to enter one or more images to address a theme where the primary criterion is that each image tells a story.