As viewers of art, particularly anything that is somewhat abstract, whether it be poetry, paintings, photos, etc., we often try to get inside the artists head and interpret what he/she had in mind when creating the piece. I often wonder when I overhear conversations at a gallery, for example, what the artist might think if he was observing such conversation. I contend that, in many cases, that artist didn't have anything particular in mind at all, but simply thought what he was creating was 'cool.' So that got me to wondering how many examples we might be able to come up with, from our own work, of a photo that was taken with no deep meaning in mind, but that others viewing it on a gallery wall (should we be so lucky) might try to apply some deep meaning to. My own example comes from a series of splash photos I took simply because I thought it would be interesting to see what was captured. Turns out you can get some pretty interesting shapes, but anything that resembles something else is pure coincidence. I'd love to hear what interpretations a viewer might apply though.