In order to get this picture, I had
to hang off a fishing boat and aim my camera under the dock, where the
partially submerged pilings, combined with their reflections,
formed two perfect triangles. But that isn't why I took the picture -- or
perhaps I should say that isn't when I took the picture.
This is how it works: once I experienced the triangles, I held
them in abeyance (in my mind) by suspending
them in peripheral vision on my left; so while I was still aware of them,
my seeing eye was no longer
focused on the triangles. I kept them there, as I watched the water
move in a
circular motion between the pilings. When I felt myself become one with
the centrifugal force, I took the picture.
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