I'm still walking around the house in awe of all of the clean windows, mirrors and screens. Everything, the view outside and objects inside the house, looks clean and bright. I didn't realize that a minuscule layer of dust held my sight at the surface and kept me from seeing things in depth. I even find myself tidying up a corner or space so that the reflected image of a room looks better. It's an optical illusion that's becoming real.
I thought about a TED Talk on mirror neurons that I saw a few years ago and watched it again. Perhaps I'm not as looney as I (and you?) thought, it's just my mirror neurons at work. If you'd like, watch VS Ramachandran's presentation: 3 Clues to Understanding Your Brain.
Caution: It may change the way you look at mirrors.
During the month of November, as part of NaPhoPoMo, I intend to post at least one photo a day here. Sometimes with a little story, sometimes with only a caption, always in the hope of resisting the urge for it all to be perfect.
Photo: Leica V-Lux 20, Camera+ edit.