A pool of calm water was to be seen as a re ection by the ancients. Even today, when we walk into nature, into the forest and stand beside a lake behind a mountain. We clearly see the re ection of the environment on the lake. The water surface can be as calm as a mirror attracts us to take a look for ourselves. When the fresh wind gener- ates the light ripples, all re ections in the water become illusory and fuzzy. The beautiful ripples mist the image, and it gives us a visual sense of an increasing layer of mystery. The quickly changing landscape is turning out to be a pleasant memory in our mind, and it is the marriage between clear and vague that we need for images. Dynamic and static changes are awakening our subtleties with nature. The function of the mirror requires the form of it to be there. Correspondingly, there is an emotional attachment beyond the function. The emotional appeal needs to be responded by our imagination. After that, the connection between the mirror and its audience is generated.