On my honeymoon, I walked through a kilometre long tunnel in the pitch black with my new wife... stay with me here, it's not what you might think. We were trying to explore the far side of a reservoir on the French/Austrian border and the tunnel was the only way to get there.
There was an open rickety door at the start which had a padlock dangling from it but all signs on our tourist map pointed through this tunnel to get to the other side. With no-one else around to seek the comfort of a group decision, we said 'sod it' and went through anyway hoping we'd not get stuck on the way back.
We didn't have a torch and the lighting in the tunnel barely showed the floor in front of us. Around half way, we were met by this guy, lurking in the darkness.
Fortunately, it was only a statue and as the initial shock from the encounter subsided we realised it was all a hoax - strangely enough and we continued on our way.
Why am I telling you this story? Well because as a newly-wed couple who had gone to Chamonix to go climbing, trail running and walking for 10 days, the thrills of doing something exciting which we weren't used to made the headlines for the trip.
This photo sums that up for me as it captures all it needs: emotion, context and drama. These are things I hope to capture for you in my photos and film.