#MySundaySnapshot – Circling From Past To Present 28/52 (2020)

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Sometimes life leads us in a full circle and we end up right back where we started, well almost…

“Yesterday a child came out to wonder Caught a dragonfly inside a jar Fearful when the sky was full of thunder And tearful at the falling of a star Then the child moved ten times round the seasons Skated over ten clear frozen streams Words like, when you’re older, must appease him And promises of someday make his dreams And the seasons they go round and round And the painted ponies go up and down We’re captive on the carousel of time We can’t return we can only look behind From where we came And go round and round and round In the circle game”

Circle Game – Tori Amos

Thanks for reading my #MySundaySnapshot post, I look forward to catching up and sharing your #MySundaySnapshot pictures either through your own posts, social media shares or comments upon this post.…

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#MySundaySnapshot – A Filtered View Point 27/52 (2020)

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Given that we are each unique, I have a theory that we each view the world very differently, whether that’s due to having a different opinion, a different mindset, or perhaps even a different vision as in optical vision. 

I know that most of us can point to a particular colour and identify it by its name but are we truly seeing the same colour?…

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#MySundaySnapshot – A MidSummer Snap 26/52 (2020)

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I know it’s a bit British of me to complain but this week was so hot, wasn’t it? We had planned to carry out our very own ‘homeschool’ sports day on Thursday but with temperatures over thirty-odd degrees, there was no chance anyone was running anything other than the hosepipe!

Don’t get me wrong, I love the hot weather but sadly my skin doesn’t feel the same way, thus I spend most of the summer sat under a parasol daubed in factor fifty.…

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#MySundaySnapshot – Back When Things Were Rosy 25/52 (2020)

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 I’ve spent this past week or two nostalgically looking back to a time in my life when things seemed rosy.

I’ve found myself reminiscing upon happier times by listening to music, playing video games, reading books, and even watching footage from festivals and such-like from way back when things were ‘normal’.

Normality is so far from reach right now I cannot even begin to explain… so rather than try to explain, I’ll simply share this beautiful image of rose which I captured earlier this month.…

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#MySundaySnapshot – Going For It With Golf 24/52 (2020)

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Talk about a wasted effort – this past week has been completely and utterly pointless but it’s certainly taught me some life lessons, one of which is to embrace the moment and to ‘just do it’. There’s no point in hanging around wondering about the what-ifs, time waits for no man or woman for that matter. 

It’s no use staying inside and hiding from the World because your worried about what might happen, what other people may think or what could go wrong… get out and live life – So long of course, as you stay two meters apart from any passers-by and you abide by whatever rules are currently in place (not that they make any sense as our government can’t seem to make their minds up as to what we are doing).…

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