The second in my new series: Photos Taken in the Lobbies of Therapists (because I've come to realize how interesting they can be).
I saw this and I thought, "That's depressing." But then I thought, maybe it's not a sunset but a sunrise. And then I thought, "Is this some kind of sick game!? (Like in the Saw movies!? Less gory...) It's a RORSCHACH painting!" You see in it what you want to see and that's how they tell what's going on with you!
I asked the therapist about it and he said he'd never considered it. So either he's lying or I'm paranoid. :P
378 - Red Puzzle Texture
This seamless texture was illustrated by Patrick Hoesly, a Kansas City based illustrator specializing in architectural illustrations and graphic design. This texture is released under the Creative Commons Attribution license. If you like this image, please mark it as a favorite and feel free to leave a comment. Thanks!
What is a Seamless Texture / Pattern?
A seamless texture is an special image, where one side of a image exactly matches the opposite side, so that the edges blend into each other when repeated. Seamless textures are used for desktop wallpaper, webpage backgrounds, video games, Photoshop fills and in 3D rendering programs.
How did you make it?
This texture was made using software specially designed to aid in seamless texture creation. Some of the programs I’ve use are Photoshop, Illustrator, Filter Forge, Genetica, Image Synth, Alien Skin, Topaz Labs, Imagelys, and a Wacom tablet.
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Self-referential clock? Or not?
(Project 365 Day 132)
After a power outage, my microwave clock tells me, one word at a time, to "PRESS CLEAR THEN PRESS TWO TO SET CLOCK". So I took a picture of the clock saying "clock", because I'm all into self-reference. But then I thought: Is it really self-referential?
I figure: At the time it's displaying this message to me, it's not acting as a clock. If it's not a clock while it's displaying the word "clock", then it's not self-referential, after all, right?
On the other hand, if you had a digital watch that displayed some message, you'd still think of it as a watch. So, from that perspective, it's still a clock that's just temporarily displaying a message, in which case it IS self-referential.
But then again, this is a microwave, and the display's primary use is as a timer, not a clock (subtle difference). So maybe it really IS only a clock when it's acting like one.
So yeah, I can't decide whether this photo is self-referential or not. :P
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