This is a topic some enjoy more than others. A definition of Minimal Photography often seen is a style using a minimum amount of components such as colour, shape, line and texture. This can be something like a single object or point of interest with a very bland background. We see here many interesting interpretations.
Phil liked this picture from Anne. He thought it stuck very much to the theme and raised the question "what is happening under the snow?"
Anne herself chose this picture.
Marjorie chose Athol's picture of a flower. The flower is so sharp, and lit by the sun with the rest of the scene in darkness.
Athol himself chose his swans, which he was very pleased with.
Bob chose his shot of a solitary figure on the horizon
Marthe liked this one, with all the lines leading down to the pylon
Carina liked this picture, with a lot of snow on a small area.
Les chose Carina's play on "Less is More" - smaller capacity, larger physical size. He thought it sharp and simple. with the grey background matching the devices. So sharp you can see the "grain" on the left hand device.
Sonia chose Fiona's "panorama" shaped picture. A perfect minimal shot in an original layout. She found it pleasing.
Fiona herself liked her shadows on virgin snow. She had contrived to keep her own shadow out of the picture.