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Perception and Reflection

“There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.”
Aldous Huxley

Copyright Debbie Smyth, 6 July 2015
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Windows And Doors

150 Million Hot Dogs...

Not quite hot dogs, but the best I could find in my photo archive!

150 million… that’s how many hot dogs will be consumed tomorrow as part of US… 37 more words

Weekly Travel Theme

Travel theme: Tiny

The first of many wonderful exhibits in the recent Creative Diversity Exhibition on Sherkin Island shows Sue’s miniature jumper installation! You will find more on Sherkin Island Knitwear… 22 more words

Amateur Photography

Just an OLD-FASHIONED kinda gal! (Weekly Travel Theme)

The weekly challenge theme this week from Aisla at Where’s My Backpack? is Old-Fashioned… just like me, lol! ;)

My parents had what I consider a lot of “ 131 more words


Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain

As far back as Ancient Greece, Aristotle had his scale of seven colours. Later, Isaac Newton constructed a colour circle, originally divided into five, but he later added orange and indigo to match the number of musical notes in the major scale. 87 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge


Over at her blog, Where’s my Backpack, Ailsa has chosen Old-fashioned for this week’s Travel Theme.

I have given myself a theme-within-a theme….old-fashioned lettering/signs (brought about by a couple of recent finds!): 14 more words


Off-centre, Off-season

I have posted this image over 3 years ago, but I make no apologies for showing it again as it perfectly fits a combination of the… 41 more words