From the Woodland Hills Country Club balcony.
Looking west-ish, probably more like northwest.
Really expensive houses on the left, Warner Center on the right.
Somewhere over to the left of center, just shy of the the mountains, down in the flatlands where the “cheaper” houses are, is us.
Pity I don’t play golf, it was nice here. Probably not worth joining just to eat dinner there every now and then.
Houses of Parliament, London
(Life is all physics, even psychology. All ups and downs, like a roller coaster, the amplitude and frequency varying, but as you input energy the amplitude increases and the frequency decreases, the highs higher, the lows lower, the peaks and valleys coming at you like light posts next to the freeway as you approach Mach One.)
Focus, or the lack of it, affects our perception of reality so profoundly. That’s true both in strictly visual and graphic terms and in much more philosophical and motivational terms.
Focus is often desired, often required – but not always required. Or desired.