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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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  • patsy monk
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    The ending beauty of an Hibiscus bloom

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      Ann Grasso
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      I wonderful idea, patsy.

  • Aaron Usher
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    I saw this on a photo walk with my wife and Golden Retriever recently and shot it in response to some recent posts of yours, Ann. Patterns make for great ‘added value’ when walking and communing with nature. Seeing, even without a camera, lets you get deeper into the experience, and gives you a perfect ‘point of departure’ for subject matter when you do utilize a camera.

    Alas, I couldn’t find a way to attach my photo here. Can that be done, Ann?

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      Ann Grasso
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      Aaron, you can send to me directly via email and we can offer the photo in the gallery. Knowing your talents, I look forward to sharing your work. I have asked my VA if it is possible for commenters to add photos. Thanks for checking in! Looking forward to your selecting that blog date, smile.

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