What We See Matters

But how we see matters even more.

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About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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12 Responses to What We See Matters

  1. smzang says:

    Those pictures are amazing. My favorite being the ‘Winnie the Pooh’ cloud since he is a forever hero.
    The snail elicited a fervent promise never to eat escargot again. The kitty cat ‘puzzle’ is perfect.
    Even the felines I’ve loved best are still an enigma, as in a piece of a greater puzzle.

    I see beauty in those pictures. Even the one of the raging sea evokes a sense of awe, not for the fierceness of the damage it can do, but because of the peace it most often ‘chooses’, and for the peace it awakens in me.

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  2. atimetoshare.me says:

    I’m particularly fond of the bear cloud too. I still love laying on my back in the grass and watching clouds form into amazing shapes and beings. We need to take time to look at things more deeply – to draw from beneath the surface, where the true beauty lies. Thanks for these great picture reminders.

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  3. Where do you get your photos?

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  4. This is absolutely fantastic. Your posts require deeper thinking and I really enjoyed that. There is so much beauty in this world and indeed, how we choose to see it matters greatly.

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  5. Incredible photos. Yes, how I view them makes the difference!

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  6. daisymae2017 says:

    Incredible. How you see them does make a difference

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