Photographer's Note

This is an alternative composition from Acropolis, in Athens.
In my previus post, you can see the Parthenon. A glorius Parthenon!
Now you can see a minimal synthesis. A meaningful synthesis.
The lonely columns standing there for hundred years. And waiting...
Waiting for the missing parts of Perthenon...

Plato, the great Greek philosopher (427 – 347 BC) said:

“Then if it be really true that things can be learned either through names or through themselves which would be the better and surer way of learning? To learn from the image whether it is itself a good imitation and also to learn the truth which it imitates, or to learn from the truth both the truth itself and whether the image is properly made? “

“That is the story. Do you think there is any way of making them believe it?”

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Additional Photos by Thomas Zeglis (syd1946) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2966 W: 62 N: 4910] (18663)
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