Three tiny figures are the focal point of a long view, drawing your gaze along the avenue of young trees.  As artist L S Lowry well understood, the human eye is finely tuned to finding other human beings in a landscape.  A distant figure may appear in silhouette as no more than a blob, two sticks and a minute circle but eye and brain together read ‘person’.

 

 

A selection of mostly recent photos, prompted by the Weekly Photo Challenge Tiny.

Click on any circle to view the gallery.