This has to be one of the dopest pieces of art I’ve seen. When I first wogged (walk/jogged) past it [on a newfound trail] I thought, “Well, that’s interesting”. I was certain there was some mythical, magical, deep, profound explanation behind it…but I was on a mission…so I kept on trucking it. But, when I came back by I was determined to figure it out. I walked from either side checking it out…completely oblivious to the sign that was off to the side, and the frame that was directly in front of it. So I stood there at a loss, admiring this…thing. It was a beautiful chaos…much like myself. I think that’s why I was so drawn to it. At any rate, I snapped a few photos and was just about to walk away when the frame caught my attention. In photography, you’re taught to “frame” your photo/subject…so I thought, “Well, isn’t that cute…they framed the pic”. But, when I stood directly in front of the frame and looked through I was ASTONISHED! I gasped…much more loudly than I’m sure I intended to, and even looked around in, slight, embarrassment to see if anyone else heard me. It was absolutely amazing to see a face “looking” back at me. I almost couldn’t believe it. So, again, I walked to the left of it…to the right of it…and from either side it only looked like a compilation of…stuff. But standing in front of it, and looking through the frame…there it was…a mythical, magical face. After coming to grips that my eyes were not, in fact, playing tricks on me, that’s when I finally noticed the sign. “Our perspective is our portrait”…such a profound statement. Perspective is everything…yet there’s no right or wrong when it comes down to it. Art, like life, is what you make it…it’s what you perceive it to be. It can be a beautiful chaos…or it can just simply be beautiful. It can be anything…or no-thing at all. When I first came across this pile of stuff, it was a whole bunch of nothingness to me…but I still perceived it to be beautiful. But, looking beyond…or should I say through…the obvious there was so much more than what met the eye.