This is about the desire for an illustrious object, in this case the tulip bulb. Two geishas both cherish a tulip bulb. One of the geishas is sitting on a bird and the other on a flower. They innocently admire their tulip bulb, unaware that they are being watched by privateers. The hijackers clearly have the appearance of the antagonist. One is a mythological bird of prey and the other a white tiger in human form. Both are predators, made for hunting. The white tiger is even still sitting on a giant black raven, which makes the robbery even more threatening. However, the landscape is idyllically designed with flowers and berries. The atmosphere seems pleasant. This contrast interests me. A possible crime in a bunch of giant flowers. However, the scene is a snapshot, and the viewer is not treated to the outcome either. The question is whether the hijacking will succeed. And if yes? In which hands do the tulip bulbs come into their own to bloom and shine?