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Yesterday, the image included an external view of the Dali Museum. This is from the interior.
"To write haiku, to become this intimate with the moment, the poet must completely disengage, if only for an instant, all of her interpretative faculties. The mind must become one with the world, a detail of the world--the splash, a peach blossom, a neon sign flashing along the highway, the sound of the mountain stream. The poet's craft has to slip through the intellectual filters and instinctively record the image that has been received." John Daido Loori
(A haiku is a short poem, for instance: Sun shines, leaves look bright yellow
Then cloud covers sun
Wham! Color drained from trees
What Loori wrote about such a poem seems to me (and to him) an accurate description of hat it's like to take a photograph, when one is really doing it well.)