Scientifically, you cannot stand next to me and see the exact same thing.
Your angle affects your impression: size, shape, color, shadows.
Your history affects your perception. That’s why memories can be deceiving.
I’m angularly prone; in constant search of surety.
Capturing the view, over and over; each purposefully and slightly askew.
You see, I know what I want to capture.
I also know there’s no point arguing with the glare.
I adjust: move, stretch, lean, bank, zoom-in, zoom-out, in increments, some miniscule.
It is, also, why my memory is usually less than a gig away from full.
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