Perception: What You See from Where You Are

Viewing a situation through another person’s eyes helps gain perspective. Seeing the construction site and bridge from this vantage did the same.

Hidden from motorists driving across/© Janie Rosman 2014

Hidden from motorists driving across/© Janie Rosman 2014

Although I saw the machinery from the river last week, I still turned my head to look. Different sights from the road. Wished I could see more.

TZB symbolically framed in equipment/© Janie Rosman 2014

TZB symbolically framed in equipment/© Janie Rosman 2014

Truth be told, the clearest view of equipment is where the highway starts to decline:  that angle is good for pictures if your passenger has a camera.

Perception: cars and trucks look small/© Janie Rosman 2014

Perception: cars and trucks look small/© Janie Rosman 2014

When friends and I came home from college upstate (SUNY Oneonta) weekends during my freshman year, we knew we were “back” once we saw the bridge.

Forever-changed view, still striking/© Janie Rosman 2014

Forever-changed view, still striking/© Janie Rosman 2014

I’d like to know what you think.

Copyright © Janie Rosman and Kaleidoscope Eyes 2014

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