When I was a teenager, my father told me about fractals and the coastline paradox. «Do you understand, that we can’t measure the coastline? Well in practice we can, but how about mathematics?»  I’ve never been good in maths. But he has. 

He was a mathematician.

"With time it is the same as with the coastline," he said.            "You never know, what is the time. What is your time and what is mine?" 

Much later I found out that a camera is a perfect tool for playing with time and space. 

I sat there writing the same sentence four hours in a row.

Where is the reality? Where is YOUR time?