When you see a photo your eye usually takes in what you can. Even if it’s a photo you’ve taken — such as the one I took above — you’re still looking at it from a different angle than you did at the moment you clicked the photo. Still looking at it differently than at the moment you decided to frame a certain time and space you were experiencing. Still looking at it differently than when you were applying the filters to make the photo worth looking at — more so than the billions of other photos out there.