Between seeing and knowing

An illusory walkway  between.

A partial view, cropped by the photographer, can evoke an altered response,
an illusory sense,
a walk between two structures: seeing and knowing,

a sense of truth, forgetting what’s outside the margins,
a sense of  “I saw, therefore it is  (as I saw)”
a sense there’s no need to look again
or think.



Note: also posted at “See Diving”

2 thoughts on “Between seeing and knowing

    • Thank you, Tina! I am always curious and glad to hear what “clicks”: the photo, text (or both). Usually the two elements work together, even strengthen one another, but in some cases the photo or words could stand alone. It helps to read comments like yours.



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