The picture is the place

July 4, 2008 at 5:46 pm Leave a comment

the picture is the place

Originally uploaded by tintin5021

Though this seems a perfect place for reflection, the Japanese garden is actually, says Gustavo, a crowded place with tourists and cameras trying loudly to capture the peaceful picture.

So the concept encapsulated in the picture trumps the physical reality by an interesting abstraction and filtering.


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