Tag Archives: Brain

Photography: Consuming my Conscious Activity

02 September 2011 Lens: Pens: While I’m reading neuroscientist David B. Eagleman’s Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain, I’m reminded of the way my conscious mind can be omnipresent one minute and totally consumed for days or longer until resolution sweeps … Continue reading

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Time: Blurred, Foraged, Measured, Stilled, Sustained

12 August 2011 Lens: Pens: Of all the benefits of human experience and accumulated knowledge, time is one of the trickiest to grasp. Sure, we can watch it pass with a clock’s hands. But what exactly are we experiencing and … Continue reading

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