This book shows how different framing can lead you to different perceptions by showing various scenes within a same viewpoint. In this book, there are three different perspectives that exist for each scene/object. So, there are three layers of framing that exist. The first framing is ordinary scene that everyone can see in their everyday life. Therefore, that point of recognition is from anyone. The second framing is the same place, but cropped very close so it is hard to recognize what the original object is. It is view point of the author(myself). The third framing is a bunch of related images showed by Google. Google says completely different things than what people normally perceive from the original images. These different perceptions of the same scene tell you that many different ways of recognition can exist, determined by how and who frames. And so many layers of narratives exist in the same site.