Why do we see what we see?
This eBook is where cognitive psychology and photographic art collide head-on in a mind-blowing exposé on the power of apophenia.
The 133 symmetrical cloud photographs presented in this eBook produce some exceptionally strong visual responses, and this fresh, exciting insight into cognitive phenomena, is sure to ignite the synapses of both scholar and the psychological layman.
In short, this eBook is an elegant, artistic presentation on the unfathomable power of the human mind.
The sky has never looked so strange.
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Great book! It really changed the way I look at the sky and the world around me. I met the author while visiting London and he has a very unique way of looking at the world. loved it.
If you are looking to expand your mind and see a new form of art this is the book for you. Each page is an eye opener. You see images that make you question, make you wonder, and at the same time give you a sense of adventure. You want to look up at the sky and apperciate all the love and beauty that this world has to offer. This book made me feel like I was a kid cloud watching again. It made me happy, it made me go “Woah” a lot, and it makes want to go outside and look at the clouds. This is truly a great book for those who love nature and art. Woud love to see another book.