June 4 2015

These days I started reading “The Sea of Fertility,” written by Yukio Mishima, to understand what Michael Fried insisted in his book(http://yalepress.yale.edu/book.asp?isbn=9780300136845), and some were found from Mishima’s literature; his depiction with his words are actually picturesque, and he represented what is the action to behold, stare or see.

Photographs can’t be taken until the photographer go out into the world. Like this fact, stories wouldn’t be born until the protagonists go out of the authors brain. Seeing many kinds of people, knowing incredible new ideas, getting disappointed on the facts of life, he or she would go out the authors ‘ image.