I couldn't decide which image I like best, so I am posting all three. These pictures are interesting variations on the use of repetition. The mannequins are the focal point of each story, and the fact that there are several of them is key. Grouping the mannequins gives them visual weight. The bars of the thrift store door also contribute a repeating element. What role does it play when you study the photographs that include it?
The pictures tell different stories, based on the juxtaposition of the key elements - the mannequins - and the stories are influenced by the other design elements in each image. The misted windows and soft colors suggest one atmosphere, which is quite different from the clarity and harder edges in the other two photos. I find the projection part of the equation fascinating. My mind automatically begins to develop a story line when I study the pictures. I don't even have to do it intentionally.
The top photo feels poignant, maybe trapped. The middle image doesn't have as much emotional content for me. I see it as an abstraction - primarily form. The bottom image feels inviting in a funny way. Are the headless bodies inviting me in? Is this some weird scene from a horror film? Or just a friendly invitation to take a look around?