Something I’ve noticed recently is that I can walk around familiar places quite quickly (compared to other people) weather it’s dark or not. During my observations I’ve noted that this is because I walk around the same way weather it’s light or dark – namely using touch to guide me. I’ll walk through the living room, touch a corner, the sofa, etc, walk up the stairs, use the rail to spin myself around the corner and touch the wall in front of me.
I guess I’m a lot more tactile than visual. It’s neet though, as I can efficiently navigate familiar areas in light or dark. Anyone else notice this at all?
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