by Patrick Appel

Jonah Lehrer passes along a video. He writes that at "first glance, it's a mere collection of ordinary moments - a falling teardrop, an escaped balloon, a dive into a pool - but I think it's also evidence that the things we see everyday, when carefully framed, can ache with ignored beauty:"

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