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Hello GODPARTICLE, Answer for your question lies in reflection and intensity properties of light. Here is a good article which can "throw light on your question".

http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~mcbryan/5229.03/mail/97.htm

Now in that article you can see figure under 1.Dull surfaces. In that figure you can replace V which is viewer with something in your dark room say cup, bottle , pencil etc... and now you can figure out why you can not see those things as bright as it those things were in bright room. As you can read in that article "Dull surfaces reflect scattered light equally in all directions". So bottle or table in your dark room scatters light from point source in all direction. Now as far as I think what you are trying to ask is I am standing in dark part of your edited picture (street light) and one bottle is besides me. Now I can see all the things like a cup resides in brighter part of your street light picture and I can see it and I can also see point source (here street light) but why I can not see bottle which besides me in dark area??

The answer lies as I have already said as follow:

In your situation(street light) the bottle is in place of V in figure of the given link and you are seeing bottle by light which is reflected two times from point source(street light). In real situation like yours bottle is not in place of v. But light that has been reflected already off lots of surfaces and then reaches to bottle and each time intensity is decreased before reaching to our eyes so we can not see bottle.

If you find this answer satisfactory then please give me bounty ... I desperately needs it.

Hello GODPARTICLE, Answer for your question lies in reflection and intensity properties of light. Here is a good article which can "throw light on your question".

http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~mcbryan/5229.03/mail/97.htm

Now in that article you can see figure under 1.Dull surfaces. In that figure you can replace V which is viewer with something in your dark room say cup, bottle , pencil etc... and now you can figure out why you can not see those things as bright as it those things were in bright room. As you can read in that article "Dull surfaces reflect scattered light equally in all directions". So bottle or table in your dark room scatters light from point source in all direction. Now as far as I think what you are trying to ask is I am standing in dark part of your edited picture (street light) and one bottle is besides me. Now I can see all the things like a cup resides in brighter part of your street light picture and I can see it and I can also see point source (here street light) but why I can not see bottle which besides me in dark area??

The answer lies as I have already said as follow:

In your situation(street light) the bottle is in place of V in figure of the given link and you are seeing bottle by light which is reflected two times from point source(street light). In real situation like yours bottle is not in place of v. But light that has been reflected already off lots of surfaces and then reaches to bottle and each time intensity is decreased before reaching to our eyes so we can not see bottle.

If you find this answer satisfactory then please give me bounty ... I desperately needs it.

Hello GODPARTICLE, Answer for your question lies in reflection and intensity properties of light. Here is a good article which can "throw light on your question".

http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~mcbryan/5229.03/mail/97.htm

Now in that article you can see figure under 1.Dull surfaces. In that figure you can replace V which is viewer with something in your dark room say cup, bottle , pencil etc... and now you can figure out why you can not see those things as bright as it those things were in bright room. As you can read in that article "Dull surfaces reflect scattered light equally in all directions". So bottle or table in your dark room scatters light from point source in all direction. Now as far as I think what you are trying to ask is I am standing in dark part of your edited picture (street light) and one bottle is besides me. Now I can see all the things like a cup resides in brighter part of your street light picture and I can see it and I can also see point source (here street light) but why I can not see bottle which besides me in dark area??

The answer lies as I have already said as follow:

In your situation(street light) the bottle is in place of V in figure of the given link and you are seeing bottle by light which is reflected two times from point source(street light). In real situation like yours bottle is not in place of v. But light that has been reflected already off lots of surfaces and then reaches to bottle and each time intensity is decreased before reaching to our eyes so we can not see bottle.

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Hello GODPARTICLE, Answer for your question lies in reflection and intensity properties of light. Here is a good article which can "throw light on your question".

http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~mcbryan/5229.03/mail/97.htm

Now in that article you can see figure under 1.Dull surfaces. In that figure you can replace V which is viewer with something in your dark room say cup, bottle , pencil etc... and now you can figure out why you can not see those things as bright as it those things were in bright room. As you can read in that article "Dull surfaces reflect scattered light equally in all directions". So bottle or table in your dark room scatters light from point source in all direction. Now as far as I think what you are trying to ask is I am standing in dark part of your edited picture (street light) and one bottle is besides me. Now I can see all the things like a cup resides in brighter part of your street light picture and I can see it and I can also see point source (here street light) but why I can not see bottle which besides me in dark area??

The answer lies as I have already said as follow:

In your situation(street light) the bottle is in place of V in figure of the given link and you are seeing bottle by light which is reflected two times from point source(street light). In real situation like yours bottle is not in place of v. But light that has been reflected already off lots of surfaces and then reaches to bottle and each time intensity is decreased before reaching to our eyes so we can not see bottle.

If you find this answer satisfactory then please give me bounty ... I desperately needs it.

Hello GODPARTICLE, Answer for your question lies in reflection and intensity properties of light. Here is a good article which can "throw light on your question".

http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~mcbryan/5229.03/mail/97.htm

Now in that article you can see figure under 1.Dull surfaces. In that figure you can replace V which is viewer with something in your dark room say cup, bottle , pencil etc... and now you can figure out why you can not see those things as bright as it those things were in bright room. As you can read in that article "Dull surfaces reflect scattered light equally in all directions". So bottle or table in your dark room scatters light from point source in all direction. Now as far as I think what you are trying to ask is I am standing in dark part of your edited picture (street light) and one bottle is besides me. Now I can see all the things like a cup resides in brighter part of your street light picture and I can see it and I can also see point source (here street light) but why I can not see bottle which besides me in dark area??

The answer lies as I have already said as follow:

In your situation(street light) the bottle is in place of V in figure of the given link and you are seeing bottle by light which is reflected two times from point source(street light). In real situation like yours bottle is not in place of v. But light that has been reflected already off lots of surfaces and then reaches to bottle and each time intensity is decreased before reaching to our eyes so we can not see bottle.

Hello GODPARTICLE, Answer for your question lies in reflection and intensity properties of light. Here is a good article which can "throw light on your question".

http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~mcbryan/5229.03/mail/97.htm

Now in that article you can see figure under 1.Dull surfaces. In that figure you can replace V which is viewer with something in your dark room say cup, bottle , pencil etc... and now you can figure out why you can not see those things as bright as it those things were in bright room. As you can read in that article "Dull surfaces reflect scattered light equally in all directions". So bottle or table in your dark room scatters light from point source in all direction. Now as far as I think what you are trying to ask is I am standing in dark part of your edited picture (street light) and one bottle is besides me. Now I can see all the things like a cup resides in brighter part of your street light picture and I can see it and I can also see point source (here street light) but why I can not see bottle which besides me in dark area??

The answer lies as I have already said as follow:

In your situation(street light) the bottle is in place of V in figure of the given link and you are seeing bottle by light which is reflected two times from point source(street light). In real situation like yours bottle is not in place of v. But light that has been reflected already off lots of surfaces and then reaches to bottle and each time intensity is decreased before reaching to our eyes so we can not see bottle.

If you find this answer satisfactory then please give me bounty ... I desperately needs it.

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Hello GODPARTICLE, Answer for your question lies in reflection and intensity properties of light. Here is a good article which can "throw light on your question".

http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~mcbryan/5229.03/mail/97.htm

Now in that article you can see figure under 1.Dull surfaces. In that figure you can replace V which is viewer with something in your dark room say cup, bottle , pencil etc... and now you can figure out why you can not see those things as bright as it those things were in bright room. As you can read in that article "Dull surfaces reflect scattered light equally in all directions". So bottle or table in your dark room scatters light from point source in all direction. Now as far as I think what you are trying to ask is I am standing in dark part of your edited picture (street light) and one bottle is besides me. Now I can see all the things like a cup resides in brighter part of your street light picture and I can see it and I can also see point source (here street light) but why I can not see bottle which besides me in dark area??

The answer lies as I have already said as follow:

In your situation(street light) the bottle is in place of V in figure of the given link and you are seeing bottle by light which is reflected two times from point source(street light). In real situation like yours bottle is not in place of v. But light that has been reflected already off lots of surfaces and then reaches to bottle and each time intensity is decreased before reaching to our eyes so we can not see bottle.