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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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  • Ginny Lockhart
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    Look! was one of the first sight words many of us learned from Dick, Jane, and Sally readers. It remains important to our lives as we mature.

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      Ann Grasso
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      Often, we look, but I am always eager to learn what people SEE when they look. It is a wee distinction, but an important one I think.

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        Ann Grasso
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        Oh, I would love to see this as a repeated graphic. But then, your idea of creating a story around it is also compelling. Your imagination is alive and well.

  • Mary Reich
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    The first thing I saw/thought was that this would be a good texture to use in a graphics project. Then I saw it as a story– someone walking to the patio and spilling drips of their coffee on the way.

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