Photography is a media that I have an intimate connection with, the reproduction and distribution of it is a communal space of experience and immediacy. The nature of representation and abstraction is a psychological gestalt and by having such rapid results given way to keen insight over reality and the function of human nature and the ability to absorb it represents a valid truth, that modes of representation are abstract. The imposition of self on our physical body helps us to resolve conflicts of identity that evolves to reveal as a method to give way to other ideas, and culminate in the synthesis of lived experience or empirical knowledge. Indoor photography and the vibe it resulted in is a shared aesthetic that represents the sublime as described from Burke on A Philosophical Enquiry into the Sublime and Beautiful.