This photograph by Chany Crystal, entitled, “Dancing the Sardana” is probably my favorite kind of photograph, because it illustrates an implied story if not outright telling one itself. It has a great contrast of old and new; it is a beautiful faceless portrait. This photograph was taken in Barcelona, Spain, but judging just from the elements in the photo, this story could be taking place anywhere. It’s specific to a narrative, but open-ended enough that that narrative could be a great many things in a great many places. It makes me, as a viewer, want to know more about what is going on. That is great photography.