Fly’s eye view
Flies have compound eyes. They see many images of the same thing. It helps them know from which side danger is coming. But what if a fly, as it got older, instead of a mosaic of repeating images, saw a simple mosaic of images? Then the sunrise in murmuring woods, might look like the image on the left.
For more views of life, shown as notecards, visit my art loft. I’m popping corn and making tea–iced or hot.
(c) Quinn McDonald, 2007. All rights reserved.