I was just enjoying these random photos people took on Flickr and I came across with this one. It's kind of hard to notice but if you see it closer, there is a little stone shrine by the water fall. It's called "Hokora" in Japanese, built for worshipping gods in nature. Besides the religious meaning of it, I like it's small size and how it's placed in an unusual spot. I grew up in Japan so I am familiar with the way people worship, but even if I was from a different country and had a different religious back ground, I could probably sense that it's something spiritual.
It might sounds impolite but that idea itself is something I want to incorporate into my art work. If I can create something that communicates to people understand from a glance, something that works almost like an universal translation. . . . . I'm sure I will be satisfied deeply.
The point is just to try it out without thinking. I could be lazy anytime so this idea could easily fade away.