Non-uniform Continuity

An example of non-uniform continuity is a view of a mountain range where there are no other mountains rising to the same altitude as a particularly high mountain, but a form of continuity nevertheless exists in which several mountains overlap each other to form unified scenic background. It isn’t necessary for a thing to be precisely uniform, but when a given scale or idiosyncrasy becomes impossible to ignore, it assumes the structure of a design that allows us to command the view clearly for the first time.