03 April 2007

Music makes me dream!

Art by Leo Claret and Alessandra Saddock



Blogger My name is Lee said...

Question: Why is it that the other people in the picture are blurred, presumably from a relatively long exposure, while the dreams I would imagine would be oozing out of him, or in some cases, shooting out of him, are not blurred. It seems awkward and inconsistent.

April 03, 2007 4:54 PM  
Anonymous Megan said...

When dreaming, we often lose our sense of reality -- temporarily. Do we daydream while studying? No, because in that state we aren't capable of the neccessary level of concentration needed for studying.
And the blurring of the people in the background just represents what happens to us all when we space out. And finally, are our thoughts 'blurred' when we think them? If that was the case, no one would be able to comprehend or create anything sensable. We'd, in essence, all be mentally challenged. So, basically, I disagree with you. lol

April 09, 2007 3:49 PM  

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