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I have a new theory about why we (I) can't stop photographing people, places, and things of beauty because it takes human beings much loooooooooonger to metabolize a person, place, or thing of beauty rather than a negative event which seems to immediately imbed itself into your brain like a noxious stimuli that quietly and seamlessly violates your sense of smell. And you take it in without any boundary (because something like smell functions on a vaporous level), encode it, and remember that episode foreeeeeeeeeever. Yet a gift or act of beauty is much more difficult to absorb. Therefore, we require to photograph beauty, wherever that seems to exist to so we can keep seeing and remembering until we are able to absorb the significance of its or another person's radiance.

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