A personal exploration of autism from a brother’s perspective, including family relationships, philosophy, neuroscience, mental health history and ethics

Interesting. I haven’t counted the number in 2 dimensions yet, but there are a lot. In 3 dimensions, I guess we’d be talking about the angles between planes. So the number of angles depends on the number of planes you can define.

That’s what I was thinking. From a simple geometric composition a lot of ways of looking at it. I also like the way you find these compositions and crop them out of the larger world, where they are lost, or just part of a big structure that we don’t enjoy the parts of, because we define the big picture and don’t examine the details, figuring they exist just to be part of the big picture.

I’m voting infinite, if you work in 3 dimensions. There’s something compelling about this question.

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Interesting. I haven’t counted the number in 2 dimensions yet, but there are a lot. In 3 dimensions, I guess we’d be talking about the angles between planes. So the number of angles depends on the number of planes you can define.

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That’s what I was thinking. From a simple geometric composition a lot of ways of looking at it. I also like the way you find these compositions and crop them out of the larger world, where they are lost, or just part of a big structure that we don’t enjoy the parts of, because we define the big picture and don’t examine the details, figuring they exist just to be part of the big picture.

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Yes, I love looking for patterns and creating my own edits of them.

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I count 8

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I came up with 19.

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I used the corners of the photo and the angles formed by the edges and elements of the picture.

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