“Paintings are Rorschach ink blots. They are what you want them to be.” — Roy Lichtenstein Posted on August 7, 2014August 8, 2014 by maryoconnor12 “Reality is only a Rorschach ink-blot, you know.” — Alan Watts * * * Photos of painting by artist OBE in Zanzibar market, zebras on Serengeti, by Mary O’Connor © 2010 Share this:TwitterEmailTumblrFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Mary, this really got me thinking about reality. And then some. (((HUGS))) Amy
Actually, I’d say you seem to always find the reality that is hidden in most everything you see. I don’t want to compare a rose to an ink blot, but the way you saw, for example, the ‘blush of first love’ in your post of today is a perfect example! http://herladypinkrose.wordpress.com/2014/08/08/blush-of-first-love/
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Mary, these flowers honestly speak to me. As I told another friend, I hadn’t thought of my first Love in many a LONG year, yet, this Rose brought that memory to the surface. Nostaglia …. and giving me that much more determination to strive to bring innocence and JOY into my Life whenever and however I can. Bless you, Mary. Love, Amy