I love this photograph of a frozen rose, to me it represents growth and nature frozen in time, along with looking like a powerful piece even though its a simple technique, this has been made more powerful due to the way the photographer has taken the picture
Martin Parr's iconic photographs depict classic British scenes. In his work he captures a fleeting moment, making it eternal. Sophie Hulme's charms take the same approach, taking objects which are everyday, and seemingly disposable, and making them into keepsakes, and memory markers.
The use of negative space in this photo further illustrates the abandoned/loneliness of this town. The slightly washed out colors also help the look. If this had very saturated colors it wouldn't look as uninviting.