365-Day Project, Art, Creativity, Mystery, Photography

Day 305/365 – Wheel Keep on Turning

Experience is one thing you can’t get for nothing. – Oscar Wilde

So I started my weekend at a walk-in clinic; after suffering from a crick in my neck all day, I couldn’t stand the pain any longer. Two and a half hours later, I finally have some pain relief. (I think I might be starting to feel better if you know what I mean, which me thinks I should get this post wrapped up quickly before I write who knows what. ;-)) So … today’s mystery “what is it?!?” picture (which I really like, by the way) is ready for your guessing pleasure. Do you know? Can you tell?

What Is It?!?


What Was That?!? Yesterday’s Picture (Day 304)

Well, we certainly didn’t have a lack of guesses for yesterday’s mystery subject. Gail guessed, “Pandora…..Murano glass bead?” Not a glass bead. Girish pondered, “pneumatic tube?” Not a pneumatic tube. How about “elon musk’s human travel pod” LOL, not that either but creative perspective! “or more reasonable would be a glass ring ? Like the costume jewelry stuff.” Not a glass ring or jewelry (but hey, I could see that). “Oh come on now ! how about napkin ring ?” I hated to say it Girish, but not a napkin ring either. Kudos for your persistence! Allan’s perspective: “One of those bracelets that has fluorescent liquid in it?” Not one of those bracelets, but that’s a groovy perspective. (Note to self: future idea here.) 😀

So just when I posted something I was sure would be guessed right away, it wasn’t. Just proves I haven’t learned anything yet, meaning you can’t guess what other people’s perspectives are going to be. Anyway, so what was it? What you saw was a rubber wheel, when you looked at it with the perspective I showed, you could see that lined pattern going throughout the wheel. And that’s what captured my attention and got those “wheels turning.” 😉



9 thoughts on “Day 305/365 – Wheel Keep on Turning”

      1. Kindred souls, I fear.

        Bit like med students taking on the symptoms of the disease/illness they are studying.

        I have begun raising the laptop to almost eye level. It takes a bit more effort to type but it helps counters the effect of becoming round-shouldered and also helps alleviate compressing the diaphragm when one does not sit up straight.
        Hurts the shoulder/neck muscles like heck to begin with as one’s arms are raised but you get used to is soon enough.


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