In The Origins of Knowledge and Imagination, Jacob Bronowski describes how our knowledge of the physical world is shaped by our senses, and how the sense of sight dominates our outlook on the outside world. While an image is an object, imagination is an activity, the making of images in the mind. This uniquely human ability to imagine, which Bronowski considers the meaning of “free will,” allows us to visualize alternative modes of being, and to choose between them. In the creative process, we constantly draw upon our visual memory to make connections which enlighten and expand our experience of the world. This idea that image leads to imagination is the inspiration for these posts to come, a collection of visuals that might somehow strike a chord, and lead to some unexpected road.