Image: Rachaelwrites Geckos Macro of my gecko’s eye Nocturnal geckos have to be able to block out the bright sun during the day while still retaining excellent night vision, which is why they have long zig-zagged pupils that can tightly constrict to let in only pinpoints of light. Interestingly, while humans cannot see colors in dim moonlight, these animals can discriminate between colors and their eyes are calculated to be almost 350 times stronger when it comes to seeing color.
Above the Sofa "People have a tendency to hang art too high," says Linda Crisolo, Art.com director of merchandising. "The center of the image should be at eye level." In living rooms, people are usually sitting, so artwork should be lower. A good way to ensure you're placing artwork at the right height is to hang it one hand width above the sofa.
My grandparents’ backyard is beautiful. It’s like a little secret garden. In spring and summer when I gaze out of the kitchen window, my eyes are mesmerized by the vibrant colors of all the flowers and plants. From the fragrant petunias to bright yellow marigolds to the constant blooming rose bushes, all are perfectly and …
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