Humans have covered the face of the earth with deep concrete forests in the name of modernization and advancement. Once there used to be green trees everywhere I looked below while floating miles and miles across the great plains, mountains, and rivers. Nature used mostly organic forms on structures and engravings on the surface of the earth — very similar to my own form (when I have one!), and I felt happy as I could relate their shape to my own. Now I see regular geometric patterns — circles, triangles, squares, rectangles, trapezoids everywhere I look. I feel sad; I feel lost; I feel lonely. I don’t seem to belong here. I feel blue!
[This is a re-post of my entry from an earlier blog (Photographytalk.wordpress.com), dated 2009/02/08]
I found this pepper in a vegetable market. It immediately caught my attention because of its weird resemblance to a human fist. Interestingly this red pepper portrays a left fist evocating the feelings of socialism and communism (Please note that I do not profess any political agenda here).