People do not necessarily own a space. Rather, it is more that a space owns the form of mental concepts, ideas, and emotional expressions found in the collective whole of humankind. The significance of photography is without doubt a more ethereal interpretation of space because the time dimensions involved hold a more real metaphor than that of painting. The reality and suspension before the viewer’s eyes come from imprinted images of the past. Due to a sense of uncertainty towards time, a variety of individual explanations are produced, laden with complex and emotional stories. As a result, the artwork and viewer interact with each other, producing an interpretation that breathes life into the space.