18 thoughts on “Not Drowning but Seeing

      1. Carlos Castenada wrote quite a bit about true “seeing” in his several books. “Sorcerer’s Apprentice” is the first. These are memoirs of his research as an anthropology student. Best wishes, WG

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    1. Thank you, Dave. I didn’t notice the eyes at first and intended to post without what looked purely like bubbles at first. It was when I rotated the image that I noticed them and they were so striking – so realistic!

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  1. Oooooooooooo I like this! Have no idea what it is but that’s totally immaterial – pebbles in a stream bed, or some pebbly decoration or path under a puddle? And you’ve rotated it too – right on, lady, right on! The mix of colours is great, and is the almost totally unfocusedness (unfocusedosity?) really helps it, and those eyes are striking. Good stuff! Maybe the Duvel is working its magic! A 🙂

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