Lost in a Ford GT, Part 4

  

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3 Responses to Lost in a Ford GT, Part 4

  1. Whats it doing poor Gt, parked where it cannot race??

  2. Raphael Orlove says:

    einfach die Frühlingsblumen und die Aufmerksamkeit der Fussgänger geniessen – nach 320km/h darf ein Wagen vielleicht ein bisschen Ruhe haben

  3. Ben Orlove says:

    The perfectly-in-focus reflections on the perfectly clean car show that we see only surfaces, and that cars, which we think we think of as solids, are really just visible as surfaces too. Claude Monet showed us that with the painting of water lilies: when we look at a pond, we see the floating plants, the reflected clouds, the distorted bottom, all on the screen of the canvas and the screen of the eye. Raphael Orlove showed us that with the photograph of the Gt.

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