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95,237.  Queer are the ways of a man I know:

He comes and stands

In a careworn craze,

And looks at the sands

And the seaward haze

With moveless hands

And face and gaze,

Then turns to go ...

And what does he see when he gazes so? ...  (See & Look)  Thomas Hardy, The Phantom Horsewoman

 

 

3,512.  Stars and shadows ain’t good to see by.   (Star & Shadow & See)  Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn
 

 

87,964.  O!  woe is me,

To have seen what I have seen, and see what I see!  William Shakespeare, Hamlet III i 169

 

83,204.  Hamlet:  Do you see nothing there?

 

Queen:  Nothing at all; yet all there is I see.  (Nothing & See)  ibid.  III iv 135

 

 

10,936.  Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.  (Artist & See)  Edgar Degas

 

 

11,713.  The story of still life is not about looking, it’s about seeing.  Still- life asks us to stop and consider the world anew.  (Art & See)  Apples, Pears and Paint: How to Make a Still Life Painting, BBC 2014

 

 

11,744.  My work is largely concerned with relations between seeing and knowing, seeing and saying, seeing and believing.  (Art & See)  Jasper Johns

 

 

80,899.  If I ever see you again, I’ll cut you like a fish.  (Mental Health & Homelessness & See)  The Soloist 2009 starring Jamie Foxx & Robert Downey junior & Catherine Keener & Tom Hollander & Lisa Gay Hamilton & Nelsan Ellis & Rachael Harris & Stephen Root & Lorraine Toussaint & Justin Martin & Octavia Spencer & Jena Malone & Lemon Anderson et al, director Joe Wright, Foxx to Downey

 

 

11,778.  Some programmes aren’t much fun in black and white.  Colour makes the world a much more enjoyable place.  But why do we see in colour?  Surely not for simple aesthetic reasons.  Colour vision may have evolved because it serves some practical purpose.  This evolutionary process is reflected in a quite remarkable new set of ideas that completely overturn our old theories of how we see colours.  (Colour & See & Vision)  Horizon: Colourful Notions, BBC 1985

 

11,779.  But the theory still can’t explain these coloured shadows: how green light produces a red shadow or blue light produces a yellow one.  (Colour & See & Vision & Shadow)  ibid.

 

11,780.  Dr Edwin Land astonished the world with the Polaroid instant camera in 1948.  (Colour & See & Vision & Camera)  ibid.

 

11,781.  There must indeed be some relation between the colour of an object and the amount of long, middle or short-wave light it reflects.  (Colour & See & Vision & Light)  ibid.

 

 

87,968.  Welcome to the strange and wonderful world of illusions.  Illusions to deceive your eyes, trick your tongue and fool your sense of touch ... These illusions hold the key to how our senses work.  (See & Senses & Illusion)  Horizon: Is Seeing Believing? BBC 2010

 

87,969.  Synaethesia is a mixing of the senses.  A sensory experience in one sense can trigger an entirely different reaction in another.  (See & Senses & Illusion)  ibid.

 

 

87,954.  We live a world made of a kaleidoscope of colours ... Are these colours really what they seem?  Is the sky really blue?  Are the leaves really green?  (See & Colour & Illusion & Vision)  Horizon: Do You See What I See? BBC 2011

 

87,955.  It’s an unsettling idea that colours may not really exist ... Do you see red in the same way that I do?  (See & Colour & Illusion & Vision)  ibid.

 

87,956.  Wearing red seemed to help people win in a sporting situation.  (See & Colour & Illusion & Vision)  ibid.

 

87,957.  Colour can speed up time.  But it’s not the colour red that does it ... Blue seems to able to speed up time.  (See & Colour & Illusion & Vision & Blue)  ibid.

 

87,958.  For us as a species the way we see colour has a history.  (See & Colour & Illusion & Vision)  ibid.

 

87,959.  Red and green are colours we have had to learn.  (See & Colour & Illusion & Vision)  ibid.

 

87,960.  Colour is created in your brain.  It’s made from the language you speak, the memories you carry, even the moods you feel.  It is one of Nature’s great illusions.  (See & Colour & Illusion & Vision)  ibid.

 

87,961.  There’s even a difference between men and women.  (See & Colour & Illusion & Vision)  ibid.

 

 

24,003.  We are seeing things that cannot possibly exist yet they seem real.  (Star Trek & See)  Star Trek: Shore Leave s1e15, Kirk

 

 

25,938.  Lesson #7:  Belief and seeing are both often wrong.  (War & Belief & See)  Robert S McNamara, The Fog of War 2003, director Errol Morris, music Philip Glass

 

 

56,855.  Seeing is believing.  (Proverb & See)  Early 17th century proverb

 

 

60,732.  People see what their personality is predisposed to see.  (Miracle & See)  Penn & Teller, Bullshit! Signs from Heaven s3e12

 

60,733.  You see what you want to see.  (Miracle & See)  ibid.

 

 

68,086.  The more I think of it, I find this conclusion more impressed upon me – that the greatest thing a human soul ever does in this world is to see something, and tell what it saw in a plain way.  (Conclusion & See)  John Ruskin

 

 

73,357.  New ways of seeing mean new ways of feeling.  (Art & See)  David Hockney, televised interview cited Hockney BBC 2015

 

 

11,206.  Everything we see hides another thing, we always want to see what is hidden by what we see.  There is an interest in that which is hidden and which the visible does not show us.  This interest can take the form of a quite intense feeling, a sort of conflict, one might say, between the visible that is hidden and the visible that is present.  (Art & See)  Rene Magritte  

 

 

87,962.  Why don’t you come up sometime, and see me?  Mae West, She Done Him Wrong, 1933 film

 

 

87,963.  So colour is effectively an illusion.  It’s an illusion that helps us see the world in the way that’s useful to see.  (See & Illusion & Colour)  Dr Beau Lotto, University College London

 

 

87,965.  Blessed are the eyes which see the things which ye see.  (See & Eyes & Bless)  Luke 10:23

 

 

87,966.  One thing I know, that, whereas I was blind, now I see.  (See & Blindness)  John 9:25

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