Photographs inside a quarter of a million saccades a day
There are 86,400 seconds in a day so over a quarter of a million saccades a day, when we move the fovea between points of interest to construct understanding of our visual environment.
So how to decide which one to try and trap?
These images were taken on Thursday May 18, 2017
A roof I have passed many times and admired greatly. I didn’t notice the elephant at first.
The Bellinger and Kalang Rivers, fishermen scattering the birdsA Hibiscus Harlequin Bug we found in the car
The new Urunga wetlands, a remediated mine