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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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  • Jeanne Hewell-Chambrs
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    I first see the letter “Y”, but finding that too easy and obvious, I look a bit longer and see a wishbone then a divining stick like well-diggers around here use to know where to drill.

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      Ann Grasso
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      all good ideas – and I continue to see something else, smile

  • Aaron Usher
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    I see a divining rod leading the way to……

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      Ann Grasso
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      You and Jeanne agree on this idea. I still see something else, smile.

      • liliana
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        i see a picture of cement sidewal? takenn through a link fance wire

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          Ann Grasso
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          Thanks for “seeing” Liliana – you expand our horizons.

  • patsy monk
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    Wheeeee!
    I love it!

    Whenever I see a large letter Y, or anything that resembles such, my greatest temptation is to scrawl the word NOT somewhere close by.

    ‘Y NOT’ could be/ should be everyone’s inspiration and creative motto! ????

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      Ann Grasso
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      Hi patsy, My dad, a philosopher, gave a blue book term exam to Freshman students. The exam question was one word: Why? One student passed in his exam book almost immediately. His two word answer? Why not? he got an A.

  • Maureen Stott
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    I first saw a wish bone, but then looking at it longer I saw a caterpillar talking to a slug. The caterpillar is on the right and the slug is at the tip on the left. 🙂

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      Ann Grasso
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      Ahhhh – I saw talking too, but not of a caterpillar and a slug, smile.

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