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Sure, those of us with sight can see. But do we look? Do we take time to “notice?” The purpose of the posted photos is to ask if you see more than a cloud, a leaf, or a crack in the sidewalk. It’s a kids’ game. But it’s fun. And the point is to get each of us to slow down and observe our surroundings.

Learning to See, Ann Grasso Pattern Art

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  • Denise Vitola
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    I see the softness of frost on the leaves and the grass. Some grass stems seem almost translucent. I see the kelly greens, the dull olive hues, the white blades that remind me of young tea. I can almost hear the crackle of the dry leaf, see the tender beginnings of death, the veins amplified by its desiccation.

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      Ann Grasso
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      Thank you for your thoughts, Denise. Would you care to participate in a collaborative project I am offering regarding tea?

      • Denise Vitola
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        That sounds interesting, Ann. What’s it all about?

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          Ann Grasso
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          My email is Ann@AEGrasso.com If you are interested in further information, please email me and thank YOU.

  • patsy monk
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    There are several ideas coming to my brain’s working parts this morning. Oh, my!! This could be a unique ‘eco printing’ specimen, with green specimens near by!
    Perhaps this leaf could be the next entry to my outside composting endeavor.
    Most importantly, and hopefully not just because it is the day after Thanksgiving, it reminds me of the passing of time. I find myself being sincerely thankful for the miracles surrounding us all. ☺️

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      Ann Grasso
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      “…miracles surrounding us all.” Yes, indeed patsy. This morning I am working on a piece of art which includes Haiku I sometimes write while walking the pond. It is a time of “pondering.”

  • Jeanne Hewell-Chambers
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    Well . . . I see 2 human faces, a crucifix, a silhouette of a cat, and a pig’s head. Yes, really.

    • Jeanne Hewell-Chambers
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      And now I scroll up, and on second glance, I see a happy dog.

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        Ann Grasso
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        But wait…there’s more!

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      Ann Grasso
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      I do love your imagination. You are a leader in the class of “seeing” – smile.

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Learning to See, Ann Grasso Pattern Art