is the Love Child of Robert Hayden and Federico García Lorca.
Left Brain over here.
Eduardo, me too, I'm totally right brain. I can't even see it at all as "anti" clockwise. I'm sure that wouldn't surprise people who know me.
I see it first as going clockwise---so that is me being right-brained, but I can, at will, make the dancer look as if she isn't making complete rotations, as if she has her back to me and is only making 180 degree rotations left and right.
Right. But it's fun--for a moment--to try to get it to switch (focus on the foot).
I can't get her to stop going back and forth between left and right, right and left. And when she started jumping up and down...well!
Trying twirling your hand or finger within your line of vision while watching the dancer. She'll change direction based on whether you're twirling clockwise or counterclockwise, making it appear as though you're controlling her with your gestures. That totally freaked my daughter out. :-)
Yikes! She switched direction every time I blinked or looked away and back. What does this mean?
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