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The world is wide

“The world is wide.
No two days are alike, nor even two hours, neither were there ever two leaves of a tree alike since the creation of all the world; and the genuine productions of art, like those of nature, are all distinct from each other.”

– John Constable

A St Albans panorama, October 2020

It’s time for a weekly quotation-inspired image.

If the quote inspires a pictorial or wordy post from you, do feel free to link in or to pop your URL in the comments.


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Copyright Debbie Smyth,  28 October 2020

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  1. It’s happened again (happened last week once with Becky and once with Tourmaline) – your post did not show up in my feed.Only because I know that Wednesday morning you will post another quotation post I went to look for it actively. Very frustrating this business. I wonder what else I am missing. — Anyway, here is my take on the quote: https://picturesimperfectblog.wordpress.com/2020/10/28/seasons/
    I like your photo – it so embodies the widness. (Obviously, I concentrated on a different part of the quote.)

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    • Quite a few people ha e reported problems with the reader. Not sure what’s going on!
      Yes the good old iPhone is obliging for wide panoramas, giving a 240 degree view (though I cropped this a bit to give symmetry).

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