What does it mean for something to be locked? What does it mean for it to be unlocked? Are we hampered by the duality of locked/unlocked, or is there something in between?
This photo demonstrates “locked” in Hayes Valley.
This photo demonstrates “unlocked” in Hayes Valley.
There is a paradox here that needs to be explored. Although the last two photos express unlocked-ness, a certain being-in-the-world will readily interpret the two photos as expressing the opposite: lockedness.
This sort of paradox can be seen when naturalness is seen in that which is unnatural. Note the urban mushrooms below: