There is no such thing as an innocent eye. What we see depends on who we are, what we have experienced, the system of symbols we use to navigate through our world, which is different from the other worlds of other people. What you see, and more importantly what you feel as you look at this image is unique to you, it will vary depending on your interests and habits. If you know Rodin you will see something familiar in this image, if not, you will probably be a little disoriented at first. What you see will be more abstract, maybe not even human. If you have spent time in Paris you may have walked past this sculpture, you may have noticed it or not. You may have been on a mission and walked past it unseeingly, or, you may have been looking for it as I do, as a touch point, taking comfort from the fact that it is always here, staring out into the world, belligerent, striding, overseeing its domain. Yet, what you are actually looking at is a flat area on your computer screen that is filled in with various tones of gray. What it becomes depends on who you are, on the symbols that you use to create your world. I walk in Paris with my camera through a sea of images created by my experiences and emotions and I record them to share with you, never sure exactly what it is I am sharing, what it is that you see or feel as you look at this abstract thing on your computer screen. Photography is a science and the pictures are just the experiments. If I am doing well, I am capturing the relationships among the objects that constitute my Paris and making them yours.