Congeniality

By: Louk Vreeswijk

Oct 20 2013

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Category: Asia, Japan

1 Comment

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Girl takes picture of little red flowers against green leaves. Fine flowers. Fine girl.

Her attentive look perceives colour, life, beauty in a tiny detail of nature. Her gesture reveals a modest, sensitive mind.

And I ?  I see the outstretched arm, lovely arm, fathom the scene at a glance and perpetuate the moment.

Two looks, two minds, and a flower. Drawn by invisible lines into a triangular field of interacting forces.

Photo of the week: Imperial Palace, Kyoto, Japan, 2008

One comment on “Congeniality”

  1. Very nice post. I don’t think of myself as the photographer of being “part” of the photo. But your lovely, poetic description has given me a lot to think about. Thanks!


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