There are so many types of photography to love from beautiful landscapes, to food, fashion, street, architectural, family, and, well the list is almost endless really. I can admire and appreciate all across the spectrum, but the photography that has always deeply resonated with me are photographs that seem to capture a hidden moment in time, one you might walk right past and not think about, but if you take a snapshot of that moment, or of a person within a moment, you can see there is a story. Somewhere there is a past and within a second after the image is taken the present unfolds right into the future, but you know neither, just this one second that is frozen in time is all you see. You can feel the movement and energy around it, yet everything is standing still in silence. For me it's more visceral in that it beckons you to know the story within it, in and around it, or to make up a story because it invites you to wonder, maybe for days or even years what exactly was going on in that image before or after it was taken. These photos from Alec Soth evoke that wonderment in me and I just find them to be so beautiful. This is just a small sample, to see more (there is a wide range, though, to me they all have a similar feel to them) definitely click on the link. Do you have a favorite photographer or style of photography?