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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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  • Terry Young
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    When I first saw this on my phone I only saw the top of the picture. I felt like I was lying the the grass looking upwards into the sky watching a bird flying by.
    Aw…memories! Thanks, Ann

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      Ann Grasso
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      Thanks for remembering Terri. You are right, this “learning to see” is one I posted on my FB page. But it is soos good, I thought it worth posting on the website – many subscribers are not FB friends, smile.

  • Rebecca Mead
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    A bit of an optical illusion. At first glance, grasses planted next to a pond with an aquatic animal surfacing. But with a deeper look, could also be looking up through tall grasses at cloud striations across the sky. Either way, soothing.

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      Ann Grasso
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      Interesting – aquatic “animal.” Which one? I will have to go back to look for the striations. Soothing is good.

  • Deborah Sargent
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    I see the wind gentling blowing across the water

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      Ann Grasso
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      Yes, but what is that afloat on the water?

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