Closing Down the Focus

Been thinking a lot about that.

In Turtles All the Way Down, Grinder and DeLozier suggest just the opposite.  Funny, today the camera went the other way. As my sister says,

“you tend to go for the little shapes.”

wall

sink

can

ikon

humphrey hair

coffee shop ceiling

bulb

pole and wall

Just remember that when we intentionally close down the focus, by definition we choose to limit information that we can receive. Not getting the whole picture can be interesting sometimes, but remember, it’s not the whole picture.

Jack Johnson–Inaudible Melodies

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