Nothing is strange in itself. Any object can seem by turns innocuous or strange or disturbing. Only the viewer can find the eerie in a harmless wooden horse or an arrangement of pillows lit up by a flash. Everything appears, through photography, like a revelation—in every sense of the word.
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