We think our vision of the world is unique and original, so we use our cameras (and the Internet) to let everyone know about it. This video—made with 465 photographs each of them taken by different photographers—shows that in reality we are not that unique. We all get fascinated by the same things. And that's ok.
This video is part of a web series called The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows "that defines newly invented words for strangely powerful emotions." They called this one Vemödalen: The Fear That Everything Has Already Been Done: