It’s all a matter of perspective

I’ve got lots of crazy ideas. :)

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One of those ideas is that there are only so many good ideas in this world and everything else is a variation on those ideas. You might say that there are basic building blocks and lots of people with different colours painting those blocks and arranging them in their own unique way.

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I love, LOVE what I do with the same camera, the same paper, the same pencils that everyone else has and I love, LOVE to see what everyone else does with their camera and paper and pencils.

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This IS how we do it. Unique perspective. That’s what I love.

And, if we could ask Milo, he’d show us his unique perspective on the wet shower floor.

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I’d love to see your unique perspective on something. If you like, please leave me a link in the comments and, like always, I will def. try to visit everyone linked up to the WP Challenge. :)

Oh, giveaway ends soon, draw is Monday morning. Still time. :)

Thought about and photographed for The WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.

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  1. I was just thinking about this idea today! It is so true that we all do similar things but in different ways…and it is so neat to see how people put things together! Peoples perspectives are what make the world a beautiful place!

  2. Love your work but cannot follow …too bad… beautiful macro work.

  3. I just love these pictures. And I love that quote by Erwitt! In a way, poetry is the same way. It’s about how we see the world and how we experience it as well.

  4. thank you for your sweet comments you left on my blog…thank goodness we all have a different way of seeing things…makes life a little less boring.
    Happy February to you.

  5. Hi Veronica! They say that about writing too, there’s a finite amount of storylines and every story is just a version with a little different twist/perspective. I like a poem I recently wrote about a horse’s perspective, based on a reall wonderful photo by Peggy Goetz–this link will take you there :-)

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