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What You See Is What You Get. This is a journal blog, an explore-blog, a bit of this and that blog. Sharing where the mood takes me. Perhaps it will take you too.

Menoptering; Watch and Wait

 There's no measuring that string, is there? At least we can enjoy the views.

The DCN and Young People's building at Royal Infirmary Edinburgh.
Father lies somewhere to the back and right in there...

Mac3 on his flash visit last weekend.

Through the triple glazing... yes, that red horse is gorgeous.
You will see it again.


11 comments:

  1. The horse really adds a pop of color!
    Hugs, Love and Prayers

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  2. yes... we bet you will get a lot of questions about the horse... will it be your final friday fiction photo?

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  3. Much patience required at this time. Still keeping you in my thoughts. Gail xx

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  4. Dear YAM...yes the waiting and watching and thinking are so very trying. You all are in our prayers
    I'm thankful for the nice views you have and for the art provided....
    Mac3 was all set...good to see him.
    With love Cecilia

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  5. Watching and waiting is often much more taxing that the conclusion. Much love and many prayers.

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  6. Best thoughts to dad, down around the red horse, there.

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  7. I like the red horse.
    Stay Safe and Coffee is on

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  8. The red horse is wonderful! We're keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers♥

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  9. The watching and waiting can be very difficult. We're keeping our paws crossed for all your family.

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  10. Love the red horse ~ neat photos ~ It's Thanksgiving in the USA ~

    Wishing you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving ^_^


    Live each moment with love,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  11. All the grey and muted colors really give the horse a proper background for it to pop. Still in my prayers. namaste, janice xx

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