|>>||Anonymous 21jan2021(th)17:33 No.83078 OP |P1
|What kind of building is shown here? Art or real?|
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|>>||Anonymous 22jan2021(fr)02:30 No.83082 A |P2R1
|that's art bruh.|
if it's based on a real place, that i don't know.
|>>||Anonymous 24jan2021(su)19:46 No.83124 B |P3R2
Why is this considered relaxing? The answer seems obvious, doesn't it? There are images of plant life, running water, and subtle peals of thunder off in the distance all of which have a soothing effect. But from our point of view, we are inside a grand hall, now decrepit as it is slowly reclaimed by nature. And it is that aspect of this flash that is most appealing. It caters to the human desire to return to nature and tear down the walls of modern living. Because the Grand Hall is not completely torn down but instead in a state of great neglect (in modern living standards), it represents an appealing balance between man made structure and the self-replicating towers which spring from the Earth. This flash is relaxing because we as an audience can ESCAPE into it and imagine, if only for a moment, that this is where we live, that the stresses and hardships of Modern Living are naught but a distant memory.