Consider Two for Tuesday (#SquareUp Day 19)

These two are “phoning it up” – they are quiet and on their gadgets – but it does not mean they are not talking with someone, right? They could be blogging and comment chatting.
Lovely place to talk it up!
And Clare, this was my desktop screensaver for a little while. ๐Ÿ™‚

#SquareUp Day 19

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45 thoughts on “Consider Two for Tuesday (#SquareUp Day 19)

  1. It’s easy to judge when we see others on their devices, but who knows, they may be just like us and making the most of a quiet moment to take a breath and catch up.
    Love your used-to-be screensaver.

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  2. These days, people turn attention to their phones even sitting next to someone. In the past, the same gap would be silent between the two however I guess the gap of time could trend to be shorter but now with activities on the phone the gap is likely to be longer. I am not sure this is good or bad but I am sure both sides are fine with it ๐Ÿ™‚

    Very nice choice of the screen saver.

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    1. Interesting thoughts about the gap – enjoyed your musing with it and also like you – I am it sure if some of this is good or bad – so many Angie’s to consider – eh?

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  3. Gadgets don’t stop communication, but they sure do change it. As long as we don’t stop noticing the wonderful views and the people beside us. Lovely photos and the one of the ripples is such a great example of the mesmerizing beauty of water. Nice!

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    1. hey – i love how you said it sure does change it – very well said because sometimes folks slam tech and miss the powerful communication it can lead to – and also like you said – let us nkt forget to look up and around
      and to get out and touch the earth so we can physically “ground”

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    1. oh there was not really a “two” there in the last photo – maybe double colors from the light
      but combined clare’s
      challenge with this post

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