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Quasi-Portrait — another Population



Dummy or Figure what ever called,

they are there —– are they ?

Same as a children’s toy or even a pet animal,

how do you take count or to recognize them ?

Do they exists like a person or are they

just a piece of material ?

As some one suggested, aren’t they active in

the middle of night without us knowing ?

M m m m m ?

Why they are there in that shape ?

Who asked them there or created as they are ?


So, —– are they just a product of our delusion ? —– or even our desire ? ? ?


But are they or aren’t they ?


Or the commercialism expecting them to get our attention ?


Or we are having a delusion over them to act for our desire ?


Or we are having a misunderstanding  “Once I had a time with him (or her)” ?

Is that a dream we want ?  = a proof of  “I was” —– a memory taken to where ?

To the heaven ? —– Do you believe is there such things exists ?

How bizarre isn’t it !    Is this a nature of us, human mind ? ? ?


(Those photos were taken by Leiz Elmarit-R 35mm F2.8 on Canon 5D Mk-III

—– This lens creates phenomenally crisp image ! )




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  1. Lemony (Gr)Egghead said, on April 20, 2014 at 01:53

    Very interesting (and maybe a bit creepy, ha ha! 😀 ) images! Especially fascinating, those with the reflections. It’s all in the fun of our imagination, right?!

    • yoshizen said, on April 20, 2014 at 02:54

      That’s right. Same as a ghost or even a fuzzy image, reflection is also “The image in Limbo”=
      image between “Exists and not exists”. It overlap with our spooky subconsciousness.

  2. elenacaravela said, on April 22, 2014 at 19:57

    Strange in a very good way:)

    • yoshizen said, on April 22, 2014 at 20:41

      Thank you Elena. I also felt strange, —– is it me try to
      communicate with people in those photos or the dummies themselves talking with people through my

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