These five images are a trigger from one of Bergman's enchanting images (Wild Strawberries, 1957) of an old man's dream, wherein he is confronted by a public clock with missing arms (indicating no time, or timelessness) and an image of a pair of isolated eyes underneath the clock.
Fictitious realities of dream and cinematic imageries are juxtaposed to narrate a subtle interplay of rationality, intuition, starkness and vulnerability of the seer (in this case, the old narrator).
Taking cues from this image, i have presented some more studies to narrate a Seer's process of construction of a vision.
The eyes, in this case, are not just comprehensive tools/organs to 'see', but moderators of analytical focus, mirrors of reflective individuality, cesspools of embedded realities, or transmitters of inevitable imageries.
The task of a Seer is a complex and silent process of interweaving the real, the fictitious, and to represent these together as eventualities.