My first reaction is to find the entrance and exit. I see none, which means the mouse is still inside. I don’t see him either. All I see are one dimensional boxes. The dots, an illusion of movement, makes me a bit dizzy.
Oh, I’m looking from the outside. Yes, a total perspective shift. You know, like “Where’s Waldo?” I never could find him amid the camouflage. It was frustrating more than fun.
If I can’t see from eye to screen, how can I see horizontal? Often the further away you are from something, the clearer the view. How does it all make me feel? Trapped. I’ve never seen a Broadway play. Your description is my only reality. I am glad someone is above me.
Amazed by mazes
I trip over specks of dust
Eagles catch their prey
dversepoets.com “Piet Mondrian’s ‘Broadway Boogie Woogie’, A challenge from Kim…”For this challenge, I ask you to study the image carefully and write about what or how it makes you feel. Does it remind you of Broadway in New York, or another Broadway in a different town or city? Or does it make you think of something else?”