"Use a picture. It's worth a thousand words." (Tess Flanders in "Speakers Give Sound Advice", Syracuse Post Standard, page 18. March 28, 1911)
But these words bear different meanings for each of us (humans). For instance, the figure on the right or below is supposed to show you that I enjoy going outdoors - experiencing and capturing great light moments: I live my academic interest and focus during private lifetime.
The world we live in, the space, how light transports and its many yet undiscovered secrets, even up to (human) perception, fascinates me deeply. This fascination, this enjoyment weights more than all money - we can not buy profound, lifelong fascination, like each individual lives! - it starts in becoming existent without reason for itself, leaving behind a complex track to be intertwined with others' tracks as a nonlinear network, to finally cease in allowing for fresh starts. This will be my biggest adventure.
Light enables us to orientate. Light helps us to communicate, to observe, to distinguish, to recognize, to gather information and to adapt, to advance in challenging us for generations.
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