If Perceptions Are Everything

Mike Lecky’s Monthly Blog

When an artist paints a picture of a pond, we can look at it and see reflections of the shore on the water. If we can’t see the actual shore, then our only view of it is in the reflections. As a result, our perception of the shoreline may differ from what is actually there. A smooth, polished surface reflects true details, whereas rough waters prevent important detail from shining through.

I think you get where I’m going with this.

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