A macrophotographic study of things up close.
Normally, when people look at photos, they have an attention span of merely a second or two for each picture. Given that we see so many pictures online every single day, we care less and less - unless we see something that really stands out - or something we can't instantly categorize.
That is my theory.
So I tried to make a series of photos, so heavily cropped, that it would be hard to make out the original object. When cropped this heavily, objects become larger than they really are. We see things we normally wouldn't notice in normal conditions.
And hopefully, this would en-long the lifespan of each picture when looked at - given that one would actually have to stop and think, in order to understand the pictures.