First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire.
I do, too. I think it is the composition and repetition of the blocky and geometrical shapes, and the one-point perspective. What surprised me was that it looked stronger in the small copy of the photo that appeared in my Follow reading list lead. When I clicked on it to read the complete post, I was taken aback with the loss of impact. I had to look at it for a minute to "see" it again. Then there is the surreal quality of the detached walkers going somewhere. At least that is the way I see it. Good one.
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