There is no visual point of having it upside-down apart from my tendency to make things bizarre. There's also a bit of weak ideology to it, how it reflects my thoughts and feelings from the time of taking the picture.
I assume this comment ("a lot in it which is not there") perfectly sums up what I intended to achieve while taking this photograph. I'm trying to follow the minimalist concept in my photography and I prefer it when things are left unsaid. The aim of this photograph rather than SHOWING something extraordinary was to create a certain feeling of gloominess and austerity. I suppose this is the reflection of my introvert and cold-hearted "I". I'm not trying to convince you into liking it, but what I'm trying to do is to show you the idea behind the photo. If you ever wanted to try to understand my thoughts, listen to this song, it's an audio version for this photograph: [link] . Nevertheless, I assume there is far more of greater art on this site than mine that should be featured as a DD, but still - I am thankful for getting it and to you I'm thankful for expressing your own opinion and not following the others' points of views.
It was supposed to evoke that feeling, I'm glad it did. I assume it was inspired by my mood back then, my affection to minimalism and the austerity of both winter times as such and my thoughs. Thank you.