Rarely do I have an unobstructed view of a landmark. Typically, those are BIG things, and there’s something in front of them. Well, if that’s the way it is, then I guess that’s my point of view.
It kind of makes you think about focal points and how you see the world. Steve is always saying that he’s ‘holistic’. He likes to see how the whole picture connects. I usually try to organize the world in a more linear fashion by taking out the thread that I’m interested in and laying it out flat for observation. Compartmentalizing, he calls it. So after I’ve drawn out various parts and examined them, he squishes them together again. We’ve gotten over fighting about this; now it’s an exercise that edifies both of us.
Take it apart; put it together. Try to see the world from someone else’s point of view. Yeah, that’s a good practice.