Peony

Photographerwei-kai Lin
PrizeHonorable Mention
City/Countrykaohsiung, Taiwan
Photo Date2017 04 04
Entry Description

Humans use their sense organs to interpret external objects and events. These established impressions sometimes lead to cognition and illusion without any extra thought. This is why you see a peony, but it’s not a peony. Instead, it could be the peony agglomerated by the salt flowers. The feeling of seeing a flower and it’s a flower; seeing a flower but it’s not a flower; seeing a flower again, and it’s still a flower.