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The Circle Of Confusion Continuity

Acircle of confusion is an optical spot caused by a cone of light rays from a lens not coming to a perfect focus when imaging a point source. Life sometimes seems out of focus, and you sometimes wonder what the blur is all about.

In the field of photography, the circle of confusion (CoC) is used to determine the depth of field (DOF). This is the distance between the nearest and farthest objects in a scene that appear acceptably sharp in an image.

Your angle of view may be different than mine.

Excuse me if I seem out of focus, I could possibly be posing a member of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, or a man that keeps walking.

Indefatigably exploring new worlds and new civilizations, where no Art Nouveau has gone before. Seemingly out of focus but not out of touch, worlds of fashion away, processed in a New Wave mentality.

Where shall we go after the New Hollywood has faded?

Living in an age where Dystopian political situations seem prevalent; an economy with direct calculation substituting factor markets is the point of focus.

Typically, these movements are like films (Postmodernist film) that break down the cultural divide and with the goal of creating something that does not resemble the traditional narrative. In focus then out of focus.

A new narrative or paradigm is suggested. The circle of confusion continues.

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