(Ricoh GX200 with 19mm converter)
A painter once said to me that souls are the all-important elements in paintings. Souless works are never successful works no matter how skillfully done they are. So, the painter needs to pour out the soul, or the heart's impressions, on the canvas rather than caring too much about the skill aspect. The impressions refer to the imprints of what the painter has been seeing, feeling and reflecting in his daily life. Can the same be said to photographs? I would say in the positive. On this note, today's shot is very pleasing at least to me as I have a strong impression that I need to make repose for myself too! Probably this was the thought I was reminded of on the spot, which therefore appealed to me to snap a shot of this scene.