I find it interesting how one’s background or general feeling can influence how one ‘sees’ an image. Take this one, for example:
This is one of several circulating in the French press and on television at the moment. It depicts French presidential candidate François Fillon being flour bombed as he arrives for a political meeting.
I’m pretty sure there are two basic camps – the pro-Fillonists who decry the needless savagery and the anti-Fillon who are thinking « Yessss! »
I’m also pretty sure I’m in a strict minority when I find myself wondering how much it’s going to cost to clean the Nikon 24-70mm zoom lens in the foreground of this image !