A decade ago, I asked myself a question of what really separates these two images below. Both portraited environments that, in fact, were in very close proximity.
Although I had no doubt that the place of a spring scene might have looked as the rocky one many times in history, I had no ideas about processes that shaped them so different as they appear to be now. Yet, instinctively, I felt that my life depended on it.
Seeing something is to interpret light patterns reaching my eyes. My brain does it relying on my experience with a subject, or it can draw from the pool of available interpretations; our culture.
If human culture equipped me with both emotions or sound reasoning, it is my choice what I draw from it to interpret the world I see around me. Hopefully, in turn, I should be able to contribute something back to it.
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