I noticed these ladies in the A'DAM Lookout sitting and looking out over the city. https://www.adamlookout.com/) I'm trying to figure out why I like this. I think its because when we see an image of someone or something we subconsciously project ourselves into the scene. In addition, maybe what they're looking at creates a question. We see hints of the city beyond.
This is a type of street photography, even though it didn't occur on the street. It happened inside an observation lounge of a tall building. Some photos don't easily fit into a category, maybe this is one.
Rather than analyze this, perhaps its better left to imagination. There is a story here that is unique to each person. We each see this though the lens of our own minds.
Because the woman's coat is red she is the focal point. I made it that way on purpose. It's a technique that, for me, conveys individuality. Images of people are about, well, individual people. At least that's the point I'm trying to make. You can interpret something else regarding the red coat, it's entirely up to you.
At this point I guess I've answered my own rhetorical question. Perhaps now I can move on to something more concrete. Or not.