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These shadows seem to be continuing the theme of last week-one of intersections. However, these are not chaotic, but more organized in their approach. It's funny how even a visual image that has a sense of organization will affect us. Our brains are constantly organizing information with the constant barrage of visual input. When it doesn't make sense, it finds a way to make it make sense-much like what Gestalt theory contends (the whole is greater than the sum of it's parts). I mean, when you compare last week's image to this week's, the effect is very different. In fact, you'll spend less time looking at this week's image because it is organized and it does make sense. Our brain says, 'oh, we know what that is and now we're done with it!'
And last week's image? That was in my loggia (an enclosed patio). I had a large lazy Susan leaning up against a wall with a chair in front of it which a leather jump rope was hanging down from. Kind of hard to assemble all that into a scenario that would give sense to the image (now wishing I took a reference shot too), but that is the answer to the question as to, 'what is it?'.
I'll leave you with one of my top 10 quotes:
Hopefully, 'your place' is heavenly!
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