Wordless Wednesday: Do You See What I See?

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Wordless Wednesday

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  1. I see a cross : )

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  2. i see a person with funny nose scratching his back to the pole!!..he he..do u see the same?!!

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  3. That is just awesome!!!!!

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  4. I see footprints in the sand, and Jesus hanging on a cross. Awesome picture!

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  6. Beautiful an tremendous: I see a man tied up and stabbed with a spear!
    Thanks for this nice idea!
    :-)

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  7. Of course I do! ;)

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  8. That is pretty cool!

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  9. Gee whiz! I thought it was a mermaid on the mast of a ship. . .

    WHAT did you see?

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  10. depends. what DO YOU SEE????

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  11. I see the cross, and he shadow of His body, and footprints in the sand. The great picture reminds me of this story:

    One night I dreamed I was walking along the beach with the Lord.
    Many scenes from my life flashed across the sky.

    In each scene I noticed footprints in the sand. Sometimes there were two sets, other times there was only one.

    This bothered me because I noticed that during the low periods of my life, when suffering from anguish, sorrow or defeat, I could only see one set of prints.

    So I said to the Lord:
    "You promised me Lord that if I followed you, You would walk with me always. But I have noticed that during the most trying periods of my life there has only been one set of prints in the sand. Why, dear Lord, when you were needed the most, have you not been there for me?"

    The Lord replied:
    "Ah, but the years when you have only seen one pair of footprints, my son - that's when I was carrying you."

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  12. You showed us transcendence, Sandy!



    Aloha, Friend!


    Comfort Spiral

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  13. Good eye. The picture is perfect.

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  14. fascinating reminds me of the rosbach ink test. we see what we are looking for.

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  16. I see the shadow of a lizard but I'm guessing that's not what I'm supposed to see. Cool shot.

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  17. Anonymous11:39 PM

    Wow!

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  18. Am I the only one who sees a bow and arrow?

    Of course, I see what everyone ele sees, too. :)

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  19. I see a man with long legs, limbering up and about to dance :D the branch gets an extension from its shadow, forming a cross.

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  20. I see that I have more questions than answers.

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  21. an angel ;)

    Happy WW.

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  22. A man hanging on the cross.. That is one neat picture ;)

    Kudos! I played as well -> http://www.reejane.com

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  23. Absolutely! Lovely capture. :D

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  24. I see Jesus on the cross. What a lovely photo :)

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  25. Yep, I see a person in the shadow. It's amazing the transformations a bit of light and shadow can do to a shape.

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  26. Anonymous1:46 AM

    I see a stick in the sand casting a shadow.

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  27. The stick Looks like half a cross or a word but the shadow reminds me of an elephants trunk or a spigot.

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  28. I also saw what Patrina saw.
    Great image, Sandy.

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  29. very interesting.

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  30. Great shot, Sandy. I also saw what Patrina saw..

    Thanks for your visit

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  31. At first I saw a cross then later a mermaid!

    Nuts in May

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  32. Great shot -- good eye to spot this.

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  33. It all depends. If you see a youngster in such a hurry to go fishing that they jumped over the stick and left their shadow behind then we see the same thing.

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  34. I saw a cross but then I think I see an elephant's trunk? Very interesting find!!!

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  35. Anonymous11:28 AM

    Oh my, all I can say is thank you Lord for giving us your Son so that he could die for our sins. Thank you for sharing.

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  36. I see Jesus on the cross. Nice capture.

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  37. Hope you have a wonderful Wednesday now that the stress of the holidays is over!

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  38. A serpent with its back arched .. and one wing elevated to help balance him of course ..

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  39. Hello Sandy! again you have a sensational picture :-)HAPPY WW!

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  40. I see a little exercise guy, lol. :)

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  41. Brilliant WW shot :)

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  42. I see a dragonfly.

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  43. thats an awesome shot! perfect!

    u may view mine here

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  44. Well. It was interesting to read all of the above comments with all of their thoughts. I see a man resting against a stick or wall. What a great eye you have to be able to capture this shot ! Clever.

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  45. I saw a man kissing the cross.

    A wonderful day to you Sandy.

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  46. I see a person standing there as well, pretty Cool Sandy! Happy WW one day late (sorry)

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  47. I see footprints in the sand, and Jesus hanging on a cross. Awesome picture!

    Work from home India

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  48. i see like a shadow of a kid running..

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  50. I suppose you do lack the imagination, NellJean. Nobody forced you to come here or to comment. No need to be unpleasant. God bless.

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  51. See the reason I like wordless posts is that they engage me. Can't be a spectator, you have to participate.

    Of course there's always the option of coasting on past 'em. You can coast on past life too, if that's what suits you. I feel truly sorry for those that do though.

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