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In the Afterword of The Democratic Forest, William Eggleston is quoted stating such… “I am afraid that there are more people than I can imagine who can go no further than appreciating a picture that is a rectangle with an object in the middle of it, which they can identify with. They don’t care what is around the object as long as nothing interferes with the object itself, right in the centre....
There you go turning into pumpkins again.
Laws of infernal dynamics: An object in motion will be moving in the wrong direction. An object at rest will be in the wrong place. The energy required to move an object in the correct direction, or put it in the right place, will be more than you wish to expend but not so much as to make the task impossible.
Whoever they are..