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I like this. It kind of reminds me of an image by Yasujiro Ozu a Japanese film director in which he juxtaposed a beer bottle and a lighthouse- a symmetry which his acute eye had noticed, though many others might not. (The movie was called "Floating Weeds"). As an aside the bottle might have had something to do with the fact that Ozu wrote many of his own movies in collaboration with another writer. And he judged the difficulty of the movie by the number of bottles (beer or sake I can't recall) he emptied along the way). He was regarded as an icon of Japanese film making and a great creator of film images which were very photograph like. That was as much as anything his trademark - his photographers's eye. And this is an image which, like yours, exemplifies the theme of this thread.

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