(Camera: Ricoh GX200)
In photography, attaching importance to seeing will not be sufficient if without observing and searching. A photograph doesn't just happen if the photographer doesn't look carefully. The photographer must consciously find, construct and shoot it.
We all have roughly the same patterned way in seeing a usual scene. When a different and unusual image comes up, sometimes the viewers wonder how the photographer could notice the exceptional features out of a mundane subject. It is by conscious observing and searching.
An invented traffic cone simply reminded the author of how readily available the "exotic" subjects were out there. With a bit of a composing and the synchronised limbs to break into the scene, the image of the invented cone is framed in a way that entertains the eyes.