TODAY'S PHOTO -
Once again cropped, yesterday's photo of an orchid
at the American Orchid Society.
I couldn't resist sharing with you one more look
at yesterday's orchid. This time I cropped right
into the center of the
flower in the foreground.
Do you too see the leader of a marching band? He's
shown from his waist up, arms in the air. Note the
TALL hat with a full long brim that's casting maroon
shadows on his yellow face. 3 buttons adorn the
yellow shirt, exposed slightly above his magenta
The point today is "Have Fun!" Along with
this, find some things, visual or otherwise, where
you can look more closly and come up with a whole
new perspective on what you've been "seeing."
READER COMMENTS ON THE LAST ISSUE - Issue
"Funny that Sam mentioned 5th Avenue. I just
watched "Easter Parade" last night. The
final scene certainly depicts being lost in a "crowd
of joy." There are times when it's soothing
to be part of the multitude. Certainly these flowers
work either way (en masse or individually). Though
I swear they look like they have mouths. Snappy
little mouths, at that." Mary Gray
"I love the colors of the orchids!! They are
so majestic." Andee Losben
"Just arrived back from Hawaii yesterday
where we saw orchids in the wild all over the place
and visited orchid growers and gardens. I do not
see this picture as "lost in a crowd",
but more like more and more and endless more of
incredibly beautiful flowers. Each one individually
is so perfect and lovely, but in masses, even more
perfect and lovely. I would call it something like
'masses and masses of nature's beauty and perfection'."
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your Grandest Vision.
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In a phone conversation recently, a mother told
me her 2 1/2 year old son is enjoying PTP photos,
with many resulting in a "wow!" statement.
How thrilling for me. Who in your life might also
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instances, the photos are not picked up if you simply
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© 2005 Sheila Finkelstein
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