About the traffic…

I mentioned to a friend of mine about looking at traffic upside down, and his response was:

of course, how else are you to know it’s not really traffic? seems to me that when you look at anything upside down it ceases to be what it was and becomes something else.

Now that is an interesting thought. I’m going to have to try that now.

3 Comments

  • ex_oki86

    February 20, 2001 at 5:09 am

    Oh that just reminded me, … people say that they can’t draw portraits and stuff. If you hold the picture upside down and then draw it, and then you turn that picture you drew right side up (or upside down depending on your point of view) you’ll notice… that you can draw.

    It’s in a book by Betty Edwards, called “Drawing on the Right Side of your Brain”… when you stop associating things with names, and start seeing things for what they are. Lines and curves and such.

  • ex_oki86

    February 20, 2001 at 5:09 am

    Oh that just reminded me, … people say that they can’t draw portraits and stuff. If you hold the picture upside down and then draw it, and then you turn that picture you drew right side up (or upside down depending on your point of view) you’ll notice… that you can draw.

    It’s in a book by Betty Edwards, called “Drawing on the Right Side of your Brain”… when you stop associating things with names, and start seeing things for what they are. Lines and curves and such.

  • ex_oki86

    February 20, 2001 at 5:09 am

    Oh that just reminded me, … people say that they can’t draw portraits and stuff. If you hold the picture upside down and then draw it, and then you turn that picture you drew right side up (or upside down depending on your point of view) you’ll notice… that you can draw.

    It’s in a book by Betty Edwards, called “Drawing on the Right Side of your Brain”… when you stop associating things with names, and start seeing things for what they are. Lines and curves and such.