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We All See Things Differently

By kaybee  
My grandson was trying to do a picture of the Forth Bridge and was getting really frustrated because he wasn't getting the angles and such right exactly right.
I tried explaining to him that as a drawing or piece of art it is not important to get things exact (unless it is a plan or botanical drawing etc) and that we all see things differently, whether it be in the details, the angles or the colours.
So I took this picture of the 'hatch' through to the kitchen in the café and asked him if that was what he saw from his seat.
Obviously it wasn't and gradually the penny dropped ………. no more tears and frustration (from him).

Tags: General Abstract Weird and wacky

Voters: woolybill1, mike9005, MadVillPics and 17 more

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dudler Plus
17 1.4k 1775 England
2 Sep 2019 11:10AM
That's what grandads are for...
Joline Plus
14 30 59 United States
2 Sep 2019 12:38PM
What a wonderful teaching moment.....and a fine image as well.
Toobi_Won 9 77 8 England
2 Sep 2019 2:27PM
The best lessons have always been the ones you learn, when you need to learn themSmile
How many here use trig or calculus? Sad
kaybee Plus
16 7.5k 26 Scotland
3 Sep 2019 7:46AM
Thanks everyone

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