Added to my destination hit list. If I were to stroll through this garden my problems would melt away. How can one worry or feel badly surrounded by such beauty?
Xerox is working on an algorithm that can judge the aesthetics of photos.
While I do agree that some photographers out there should not be allowed to hold a camera, who am I to judge their photos? After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder - right?
Tell me what you think. Are there universal standards for aesthetics in the world of photography on which photos can be judged?
You can try the demo out for yourself here.
- As said by Regina Spektor in her song Folding Chair.
But seriously, have you thought about your eyelashes lately? And I am not talking about curling, tinting or doing whatever you do to make them seem longer, darker and unnaturally thicker than they are supposed to be.
Eyelashes evolved to keep debris and dirt out of our eyes. Your eyelashes are sensitive and also serve to warn the eye of nearby objects. They send a lightening-fast message to the eyelid, which closes reflexively. So, basically, they let us know when to blink. And as stated previously, they keep sweat out of our eyes too!
So it is not only in the length or thickness that make your eyelashes beautiful, but the remembrance of how evolution has perfected our bodies to the finest of details.
It’s easy to forget how beautiful the world we live in is. Whenever my stresses from work or personal problems weigh me down I go for a walk. I just can’t help but be in awe at the tiniest creatures or sights around me. You don’t need to be at a mountain top to see the beauty, something as simple as a leaf on a tree is magnificent - how it came to be, where everything started from, how we came to be - isn’t it beautiful?