Offering a deconstructed approach that naturally reconstructs itself from one specific point of view, anamorphosis maintains strong links with the spatial representations of the Eastern world. With elevated garden beds radiating out from a pool of water, the symbol of eternal life, with its own fair share of mystery (mirage) surrounding the experience of the image, with its rite of passage, its ramp, the anamorphosis becomes a part of the link between history and modernity. It not only reveals another landscape, another pathway made from lightness, questioning and wonder, but it also reveals another version of ourselves. Distant and yet so close, mosaic art, garden beds and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, are all wonders that follow rules that have their origins in mathematics and geometry. In the digital era, their mystery remains intact. Has nothing better been invented?