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Trying To Get There
I often wonder about the beauty of my brain. Not just my brain. The brain. The same one you have. The one you used to read this newsletter.
Recently read “The Three-Body Problem” and still getting my head/brain around a key point in the story when a proton is converted to a one-dimensional object that occupies enough space to ... I’ll stop there so I don’t ruin the story if you’re planning to read the book. Or watch the Netflix series when it debuts.
Being an amateur physicist I marvel at the fractal nature of the size of objects and how we tend to minimize these measurements because it is easier to describe an object when there is a finality to the measurement.
Our measure of objects comes from the need to reach a conclusion. To have answered a question about the object, the idea, the process, the photo.
Is there ever a conclusion to the creative process? Remember that search for perfection in your photos, the useless search? How it is impossible to attain?
My brain is constantly rewiring itself, seeking perfection. Like all wonderful fractal creations, it is never fully realized as long as I give it energy and add more information to add to the collective. It will never reach perfection. I will never be perfect. Neither will my photographs.
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