Obviously when I see a photograph I like, I save it here in my favourites . . . Then a comment is requested as to why I like a particular photograph. . . For myself, searching the vast abyss twixt my ears for the precise wording which evokes a sense of affection for a particular photograph is somewhat exhausting, as I ever strive to be accurate and concise as to that/those elements which move my soul . . . To comment on every photograph, would put my psyche in a coma. I realize commentary assists the photographer in perhaps enriching their work, but suffice to say, the simple fact that a photograph sparks an emotive/intellectual response in the eye of the beholder should be sufficient to it's creator , , , and the articulation/definition of that aspect/facet of presence which resonates in the beholder perhaps should remain within the creator to ascertain, for this searching too is part of the creative process . . . Obviously, I'm making excuses for my laziness ! ! !