"You don't see what I see, I don't see what you see. I say it's better to be you and you think it's better to be me. But the truth is we would rather seek out beauty in others, than learn to accept our differences and be happy.
Light and matter are both single entities, and the apparent duality arises in the limitations of our language. It is not surprising that our language should be incapable of describing the processes occurring within the atoms, for, as has been remarked, it was invented to describe the experiences of daily life, and these consist only of processes involving exceedingly large numbers of atoms. Furthermore, it is very difficult to modify our language so that it will be able to describe these atomic processes, for words can only describe things of which we can form mental pictures, and this ability, too, is a result of daily experience. Fortunately, mathematics is not subject to this limitation, and it has been possible to invent a mathematical scheme — the quantum theory — which seems entirely adequate for the treatment of atomic processes; for visualisation, however, we must content ourselves with two incomplete analogies — the wave picture and the corpuscular picture.
I love this piece of art as it shows the variation of hands that have been sketched. The effect of this in the format of a sketch book is that you can experiment in lots of different ways on one page to show the reader or the observer how many different techniques have been used to achieve the final piece.
Getting pictures of your dog while they're looking at your camera is damn-near impossible. Taking a picture of your dog really takes the Observer Effect into account, as the act of attempting to captu...