#181/365: Crossover.

Oh, I like quirky but tasteful window displays of mannequins. Their appeal must have something to do with the elegance of idealized human forms. Sometimes, they seem to be real and part of our diversity.

#174/365: You’re being watched.

Surveillance cameras have become ubiquitous in our lives. I wonder if there is someone really watching me when I step out in the public places or my images are simply stashed in some archive. The question is whether surveillance cameras reduce crime rate. And why do so many cases of burglary, robbery, kidnapping and murderContinue reading “#174/365: You’re being watched.”

#89/365: Absurd equation.

I just finished the book “The Girl Who Played With Fire” by Stieg Larsson. At one point he talks about absurdities of human relations in terms of mathematical equations. Here, the subject is not that profound but the reflection of the hospital hallway is superimposed on the left side. ┬áThe arches themselves appear to beContinue reading “#89/365: Absurd equation.”