Clockwise, Sunwise, & Reverse: Introducing The Bélier Reverse By Kim Djapri

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In case you didn’t know, almost no one has ever seen themselves accurately in a mirror.

At least, not technically. I’ll grant that most people in the developed world have, almost certainly, looked at their reflections in a mirror or a highly polished surface. But due to the nature of light and how it bounces off objects, what you are seeing isn’t actually what you look like. In the typical single-reflection mirror, what you see is the reflection, or reversed image, of what the rest of the world sees.



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