There is a collision between reality and make believe. It sneaks up on you at times, bringing a sense of joy and disbelief. Knowing, seeing, and believing you can never anticipate what will be. Whether it’s fantasy or actuality it does not really matter. You experience it, you live it, you breathe it. It changes you, maybe for the best or maybe not. It will shape you in a way far more than what you see. It shapes how you see, what you’re willing to look for. It’s not about just what is but what could be or what will be. At the sight of a collision between reality and make believe there isn’t just one scene, it is different for all who happen upon it.