Minimalism. What is it? Is it boring? Is it simple? Is it easy? The truth is, it can be all of these, but also none of these; all dependent on how you interpret the images, and what you put into creating them. A lot of the time a minimalist image will be overlooked, solely due to the lack of content. People of generations that are a lot more... distant from what we live in today, don't seem to understand the real power behind minimalism, and don't see the art behind the simplicity. I told my grandma about the basics of minimalism and she couldn't seem to wrap her head around the idea of it. Minimalism is definitely a modern form of art; one that the people of the younger generations appreciate a lot more than that that of the older generations. It's a way for people to hyper-focus on a single subject, without the subject being overshadowed. It's a way to show hidden detail, or details that would otherwise go unnoticed. Some may see minimalism as boring, but to the trained eye, minimalism can tell a story as deep as the ocean is wide.