Day 103 – Muse Makes Magic

Trust that little voice in your head that says ‘Wouldn’t it be interesting if…’; And then do it. – Duane Michals

I think I can, I think I can. My first attempt at today’s picture flopped. But then I saw this other subject and the next thing I know, here’s my daily mystery “what is it?!?” picture. Pure magic! Can you tell?

What Is It?!?

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What Was That?!? Yesterday’s Picture (Day 102)

Sometimes I am lucky and end up with multiple images of the same subject that look vastly different. Way back in the beginning of this blog, I posted one of these images. And then yesterday, I decided to post a different perspective of that same subject. So yes, I’ve posted this subject before, but it certainly didn’t look like yesterday’s picture!

Interesting, the different perspectives this one brought: an abstract oil painting, where ocean meets the sky, a crack in a margarita glass, the side of a colored vase, crack in the windshield, something chipped, an ice cube, swirling liquid (like water in a glass), lighter with blue flame, and smeared toothpaste. But yesterday’s picture was the bottom of a blue cordial glass. I just loved the abstract look and feel of the picture, to me it looked like flowing water.

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14 thoughts on “Day 103 – Muse Makes Magic

  1. It has to be Disodium Guanylate, captured by a scanning tunneling microscope at 462 degrees kelvin with a variable annuity of (401) k. In other words, a symbiotic gastrocular anatomy of a lactonomic trudel amplified at 30 knots through highly densified einsteinium, paralelled with boron.

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