Seeing the Forest for the Trees
Though the saying is generally in the negative, I find that removing the "not" makes it work especially well for ICM photography. To me, it speaks for the way the camera motion and the artist's intentions (trees) come together to make a final image (forest). Just like an actual forest, there are so many ways to see an ICM image. Different people can enter a real forest and look at it from nearly any angle, yet it still is the same forest. The same applies for the subjective way that people view the results of ICM. The trees are the same, making up the same forest, but 10 people could have 14 different opinions on a photo.