23 March 2009
Sometimes [Most of the Time] You Can't Help Looking
It's springtime in Copenhagen. You can't help looking. Homo sapiens in the Northern Regions are immerging from hibernation and, after a long period with an average of 400 Lux per day, we are splashed in sunshine and our Lux levels explode to upwards of 100,000 Lux per day. Read this post about Lux to get my drift.
In the homo sapiens species we find our anthropological desire to look increases exponentionally. It's what we do. It's anthropology. It's lovely. It applies, happily, to both sexes. In a previous post from the Five Cycling Senses Series, there is a series of photographs under Sight that feature this 'looking'.
Aah. Springtime. Get ready for sore necks.