Landscapes of the mind

Journey to the centre of the brain

Newton, November – December, 2000

Take a journey on a train of thought; travel across the landscapes of the mind.

If we look through our skull at our brain, the physical landscape seems unremarkable: pinky-grey in  colour, the surface covered with grooves and ridges flowing with rivers and streams of blood. One brain looks similar to the next, yet each contains the very essence of who we are. It’s home to our thoughts, dreams, imagination and aspirations.

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