Sunday Dinner: From A Different Angle

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“The most fatal illusion is the settled point of view.

Since life is growth and motion,

a fixed point of view kills anybody who has one.”

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Brooks Atkinson

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“We begin to learn wisely when we’re willing
to see world from other people’s perspective.”

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Toba Beta

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“The truth is, I can choose to view

tough times as growing times,

I can choose to see aging as seasoning

and I can choose to focus on whatever good

there is to be found in living.

I choose.  After all, it’s my point of view.”

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Steve Goodier

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“Its all about perspective,

that is how you look at things.

Your own thoughts and outlook defines

whether an experience, event, situation

whatever is good or bad.

And your definition determines your response.”

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Stella Payton

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Photos by Woodland Gnome 2015

For the Daily Post’s

Weekly Photo Challenge: From Every Angle

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About woodlandgnome

Lifelong teacher and gardener.

9 responses to “Sunday Dinner: From A Different Angle

  1. “Katy-did?, Katy-didn’t!” With that long ovipositor, I’d say she definitely did! 😉 Happy Sunday!

    • 🙂 Help me, Eliza- ovipositor? I Ass-sumed this to be a grasshopper. Is it not? I just found an even larger one on the wall of our terrace and photographed it. We love these guys 😉 Happy Sunday<3

    • Thank you, Maria- I always think of you when these ginger lilies bloom. You photograph such lush, beautiful flowers. We get a bit of the ‘tropical flowering zone’ for a few weeks each summer ❤

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