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Changes in the Colour Sensitivity of the Eye with Posture

Naturevolume 168page524 (1951) | Download Citation



I WAS introduced some years ago, by a friend who lives in Cornwall, to a way of looking at the landscape by leaning as far to one side as possible. In this position after a short while the view takes on a much sharper impression, particularly hills and trees against the sky which appear to be seen in much greater detail.

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  1. Penwith, The close, Wilmington, Dartford, Kent

    • F. TAYLOR


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