First are small fake creatures in front of a drawn landscape. So they are all representations of an experienced reality, not reality itself. In which case, justice is a phenomena that is part of the natural world. Or, we could note that they are all man-made and that would mean that justice is something completely constructed by Man. What else - I do notice that all three of these are lit by flash, not natural light. Which would be another point for the fake, unnatural column. Or could mean nothing at all. Does it matter that all the animals are iron? Hmmm.
The second is the cool-o radiation monitor. It is a man-made device, constructed to measure danger, to measure radiation. you could say that justice is a measurement of danger to society. Again, it is a man-made system that relates to naturally occurring phenomena.
Third is the toy nurse kit. Nursing is about healing, making one feel better, nurturing. Justice can been seen as a way to heal. Do you think it matters that the kit is a toy? Could the concept of justice be pretend - that is, there is no such thing as real justice?
I also notice that all of these were shot full-frontal, straight-on, the subject is positioned in the center (balanced). You can think of justice as looking at situations directly, looking for balance in situations.
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