A Glimpse of Another World

We never want to believe that there is a magical reality. We choose to ignore the half-open door leading elsewhere or a cold passage of a strange house, perhaps on the outskirts of town; and don’t want to be a part of any fantasy. Instead, we want to live uncomplicated and simple lives. We want to swim in reality, but while swimming through it we can glimpse another world without realizing.

Wait for Me, by Minh Nghia Le

Wait for Me, by Minh Nghia Le

Minh Nghia Le (Singapore) captures an image of reality and makes us realize that the world we live in, what we see, sometimes isn’t what we perceive. There may be another reality, another world, which we fail to notice whilst succumbing to our own realisms. What do you think? Share your thoughts with us…

Article written by: Mohiuddin Ahmed
Edited by: Nilla Palmer
Inspired by: Photo of the Day | June 26 | Wait for Me, by Minh Nghia Le

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  1. Binod magar
    Binod magar says:

    Light is made of proton. If there was no proton world may not be seen. (Wonder how blind and deaf perceive reality). This proton enter in our brain and form image. So what we see is actually inside our head. The colour shape size is illusion of light.
    99% of atom is space. The electron move around atom so fast it will be present at all place at same time. So our world appear solid. If electron stop moving world will lose it solidness.
    The subatomic particle behave like wave if unobserved. But if it is observed it behave like a particle to form a physical reality. So for the world to exist there is needed conscious being to observe it. Hope this help

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