I like the photo. The photo is not bad. The angle you took it at is. Other then that, it's a really cool picture. The black and white really makes the picture look spooky. Where it shades towards the bottom of the, uh, apple, kinda looks like a black hole. Which is obviously not what you were going for, but makes the picture look a lot more interesting. I like the water droplets. Where did you find the picture? or did you pose it? Either way, it's a great picture with great, for lack of a better word, parts in the photo.
The droplets look so delicious, and cool, like how they make Pepsi look on advertisements. P.S. it is a fantastic photo, the hidden things are always the best because it means you have to think about the art and the underlying theme, it's all down to interpretation.
I like the title very much--it conveys such extreme opposites and yet comes together nicely visually in the piece--I get a sense of something growing and natural and yet grayed so as to not betray it's sweetness Lovely work overall!
I thought it was a nice photo, love the water droplets and the monochrome and the surrounding foliage kind of give it some mystery. I didn't see anything inherently bad about not knowing what it was you took a photo of, hell I think it adds to the creativity (or something, not quite what I wanted to say but close enough for now )
Yeah, I actually had this photo edited with colors and whenever I looked at it, I went "naaaaaaaaah", but then after a long while tried converting it in monochrome and was really surprised on how good it looked.
I don't know why this reminds me of Alice In Wonderland feel. I suppose it's just me seeing things in a creative perspective? Maybe so. Maybe not. I love it either way. Simple beauty is always the best kind.