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September 06, 2009

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Michaella Morris

I like what you said about when humans starved of detail, begin to invent their own. When people are faced with a picture cropped in some particular field, ideas in their head begin to burst out and fill the missing fields themselves. The interesting part is that from person to person, people have different ideas. Some people get caught up with their emotions picture scenes as they feel. Some tend to add humor in their ideas. How interesting it is that people picture out things by how they feel and how they think. When faced with an unfinished canvass, we seek out the missing parts of the picture. When we fail to see we fill out the missing parts ourselves using our emotions and how the way we think. Thank you for the wonderful article.

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