One of my all time favorite images as well. Heres the thing with that image, there is a million different symbolic, important things going on in that one shot and its epic! Look at the pillar to the very left of anakin. See how its hiding the famous "Yin-yang" clouds we just saw in the previous shot? Now match that up with the shot in Episode 5 that this shot is mirroring. Its an Exact match with a Star Destroyer taking the place of the yin-yang symbol being hidden in the same exact spot. Hidden behind the star destroyer window. This helps show what kind of galaxy he is looking out at. In this trilogy when hes meditating he does it looking out toward beauty and balance, in the next trilogy he is looking out towards infinite black with sharp arrow like war machines patrolling. And in this image the yin-yang is hidden on the right because in the image it mirrors the star destroyer is hidden on the left so that it mirrors perfectly, as in if it were pages in a book you could literally close the book and have the images exactly match up. These two mirroring images say SO MUCH about the character and the setting and story and it does it in a completely visual way. Fantastically done by Lucas. Look at how Hayden is standing when he meditates, exactly like Vader (just like everything else he does) if you just watch the movie you see that every single thing he does is exactly like a young Darth Vader. He shows it in his body language and in the way he speaks and even in the way he stands and meditates. In this one he is around a beautiful woman and in the next he will be surrounded by military commanders. This is also the image that within the PT shows the balance (the yin-yang) between the two other Episodes, Episodes 1 and 3, the jedi and sith movies. Just like TESB this film (AOTC) is the "grey" film. The passage way for our young hero to go through and come out scarred and changed by the end ready for the final movie. Maybe that could also be another reason the yin-yang is shown to be on the left, because hes moving "forward" away from the yin-yang towards the land of lava volcano's and darkness. Keep in mind that if you actually put in the AOTC blu-ray this exact point is the "middle" of the film. Middle, balance, yin-yang, light/dark, epic beauty, space opera, mirroring, deeper meaning exc. Its all right here. The light side (in the Jedi movie) was symbolized by the plasma energy being harvested in the power generator room from the paradise planet that by the end of the movie we all learned how important it is to share with life. Then we go through the ambiguous (the grey/middle movie) with this shot in order to finally get to where The Dark Side (in the Sith movie) is symbolized by the lava energy being harvested from the volcano rivers in the Hell planet. Simple yet brilliant.