The Doors of Perception

I believe William Blake's statement is true. I have found a way in which it can be investigated. Blake said:
If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, infinite

You may have noticed, upon occasion* Bettie Page can be found here. A simple observation: Her life was finite. The number of photographs of her, are a finite number. ( In fact, most of her photography was burned in a studio fire and only a few images survived. Definitely not an infinite number). And yet is it not true, that somehow her images retain a quality of being like new - each time? A character of the infinite as Blake described, can be found if you closely examine the following photograph... deep study is required. Examine carefully.

Can you spot the hidden cornfield, and gasoline station pump in the picture above?

* 'upon occasion' is taken here to mean about 36 times