In a 'lost' hour, I regularly go through the Random Gallery, and lift out the images that attract my attention. I often leave a comment, which makes me, I think, the most active 'commenter' of the moment. (I have a lot of lost hours these days.)
Now waiting for a delivery, which means, I'm house bound, and cannot even use the vacuum cleaner, or I won't hear the door bell. So, I'm catching up with emails and look at old photos. I know I should be editing, but that needs concentration, which I lack at the moment.
Some photos immediately jump out, and when they look interesting, I will have a closer look. Others fall into an almost 'murky blur' category, and are dismissed instantly, if they have no title that shows there's really 'something' there. This means, I may miss out on the finest photographs.
I've brought this up before, and I know a really good photograph speaks for itself, and should not need a title. However, if it is a thumbnail, it does not speak, it whispers, and is often inaudible.
Does anyone share my frustration, or can you all hear the whispers?