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  1. My daughter is 6 and once last year she has told me when she sees certain visual patterns (usually irregularities, like a deep gouge in a smooth piece of wood), she hears a “whah whah whah” whirring type noise. She assumed everyone could hear those same noises. I just looked this up and discovered synesthesia and your blog. I was worried initially when she told me but I feel better knowing there are others out there like he! Thank you!

    • Hi Seema,

      thank you for leaving a comment! Please don’t worry. Many of us see this as a gift. It aids to a person’s creativity in a big way.

      All the very best to you and your daughter!
      Spring

  2. Thank you for your lovely message Andy! It’s not surprising that you haven’t come across my site. My initial writing was more for my own reflection, and I didn’t feel I should be engaging a wide audience through social media. It was not until this January that I decided to connect with a small group of friends who are either synaesthetes or are researchers in this field through social media as I started realizing that I might have a role and some responsibility to bring synaesthesia to a world stage in a more positive way.

    Your site is very impressive. We can relate to your photography. I like your father’s artwork too.

    Thank you for your interest in my blog site and stories.

    Kind Regards,
    Spring

  3. What a wonderful site! Can’t believe I haven’t tumbled across your website/blog before. If you don’t mind, I’ll add a link to it from my own humble photography blog.

    I remember my synesthetic experience (the most common numberscolor) so well from my youth (had it until about 10, and still remember at a ripe 56!).

    I have recently explored my recollections as a published photographer (my day job is physics) in an ongoing portfolio called “Synesthetic Landscapes” you may enjoy seeing:

    Short writeup from a few years ago: http://tao-of-digital-photography.blogspot.com/2012/03/what-else-thing-is.html

    Most recent examples:

    http://www.sudden-stillness.com/SuddenStillnessPortfolio2015/Synesthetic%20Landscapes/index.html

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