Seeing Double (Lens Artist & Digging in the Archives #4)


Hello Readers

I hope everyone is enjoying July 2022.

  • This is day 4 of “digging in the archives” where I am reusing photos from the archives here on the blog
  • Today’s theme is “double” as Jez is hosting the LAPC this week. 

1) Double Yellow 

2) Double Fences 


3) Double Date – ten years ago! 

4) Double High Fives – nine years ago 

5) recycled comics – from many years ago but still applicable 

LAPC = Seeing Double

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55 thoughts on “Seeing Double (Lens Artist & Digging in the Archives #4)

    1. Hahsh I like that double trouble idea

      But not sure I would liken”double the failure rate” beside in the little quote it sounds fine but in real life would be a lot of misery🙁

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    1. Thank you Robbie
      It is hard to believe ten years have gone by – and sometimes I wish I could go back to 2012 be sure I would have done things a little different – but “no regrets” – just acceptance
      And hope your day is going well

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      1. I suppose everyone has things in their past they think would have resulted in a different current outcome if they’d been done differently. The problem is, we don’t know what else would change in our lives if one small thing in the past changed.

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        1. Robbie / your wisdom is true here!
          And while I know this – I wrestled with some regret this last week – and it was a choice I made around nine or ten years ago (to settle for something feather than make a change – )
          But you nailed it with this

          “they think would have resulted in a different current outcome”

          Because we assume that the other route would have been better – and so thanks for the comment because it encouraged me greatly this morning!
          And I do trust that God was with me when I made those choices – and trust that all things work together for good – and my gratitude list is really long –
          Including being grateful for summer, for my blog, and even for your interview last week!!
          💛🙏☀️

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  1. Wonderful Yvette – several smiles this morning especially at the pumps. With the price of gas these days it’s important to find a way to laugh to keep us from crying!!!

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    1. Good morning Tina – yes – anything that can bring a laugh or smile is needed – and not just has and inflation- we See a lot of folks coming out of the pandemic with some heaviness
      – and looking forward to good times ahead

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  2. That’s a fun selection of photos. I enjoyed them, especially the double yellow lines. I like how you captured a leaf that distracted slightly from the clean lines. And the smiles on the faces – always love those too!

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  3. Great collection of “double” photos Yvette. I like the cartoon of the two pumps, one of them Chanel No. 5 which is probably true – they are both liquid gold these days.

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    1. Hi Linda
      Sorry I missed your comment –
      That is the second time I missed one of yours?
      And liquid goo indeed – even tho I never liked Chanel #5 – but I know it had its day!

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      1. A fellow blogger responds to my comments and they never show up in notifications, although his “like” does. This happened three times in a row and I finally went to his site as I had written something that would pique his interest – he had responded days before and I looked on other posts, same thing. A WordPress glitch I guess – sigh.

        Chanel #5 and its beautiful spokesperson, Catherine Deneuve, were stunning ads/commercials back in the day.

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