A carpet of eucalyptus leaves and twigs, from one of my original photos, was the basis of this digital artwork. As I played with colour and inversions it made me think of how we see the world. Our brain is wired to perceive the world, I believe, in a narrow way. Can the colour spectrum of objects and scenes go on to shape our thinking about those things? ie. If we saw this carpet of leaves and twigs, below, in reality, would we think of them differently than if we saw them in their “normal” muted state? If that is the case then our thoughts are actually based on something quite nebulous. It’s interesting to contemplate.