Perspective Leftovers (September 2020 Post 4 of 30)

Hello Readers,

Last July, Becky B had “Perspective” as the Squares Theme and I was going to link here; however, that post never unfolded.

Thought I would share the images today (and I am sure Becky is already scheduling the next theme for us to look forward to) – in the meantime, here are some “perspective leftovers” 

 

1) I took this poto (as a passenger) and was initially thinking about the “stay in lane” sign – and how sometimes in life that is what we need to do. “Stay in our own darn lane!” We need to focus on our path and do what we do.  Stay stable. Stay in your lane – and you’ve got this!  Something like that. However, another thought also unfolded. Sometimes going through tunnels like this amazes me. I wonder what it was like constructing these helpful passageways – the hard labor, the effort, the joy of finishing. And how today – we just drive on through – looking at whatever lights they need to change – waiting for the streaming music to come back on – etc. 

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2) The shapes, colors, and items in this picture made me feel a little tilted – et tu?
3) Do not recall taking this photo – I think it was through a window
4) I do recall taking this photo – and I liked the lines here
5) 😦 (linking to pull up a seat)

 

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Thanks again to Linda for a steady supply of fun images

 

Okay, any thoughts? Any photos stand out?

I numbered them to see if folks wanted to share a top photo from today and/or a least favorite.

My favorite is #4 and least favorite is #2

What about you?

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25 thoughts on “Perspective Leftovers (September 2020 Post 4 of 30)

    1. thanks so much Linda – for sharing your take on the photos (cheers to number 3) and also thank for the funny s- and wishing you a great weekend as well 🙂

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  1. That second one did make me a bit dizzy! When I go through tunnels, I always think how amazing it is that they can be built and stay up and that if I were in a movie with The Rock or Arnold, there would probably be a mountain of water chasing me. 🙂 Yes, I do have thoughts like that. Sometimes when I see a cardboard box or some sort of junk lying in the street, I think what it must be like for soldiers or people in countries where anything like that could be a bomb/IED and how blessed I am, even in these times of trial in the US. As for the second half of the year (or last quarter), I try to be hopefully.

    Have a blessed weekend.

    janet

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    1. Janet – really enjoyed hearing some of your thoughts and it truly “could be worse” – also – you are right – we are int he las “quilter” of the year – and a little hard for me to beleive – already September

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  2. The one picture made me dizzy as well and I think I like #5 with the symmetry of the chairs with the caution signs around them. The meme pretty much sums up the balance of the year. 🙂

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  3. I have to disagree with you. My favorite is #2. I love the perspective and especially love the colors. I’m stealing that one for your guest post. 🙂

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