Reflective Moment 
Sometimes the world looks better in a reflection.
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Reflective Moment

Sometimes the world looks better in a reflection.

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Colour Illusion by Avard Woolaver
Look down the list quickly, and say the colour, not the word. The left side of your brain wants to read the word, but the right side wants to say the colour.
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Colour Illusion by Avard Woolaver

Look down the list quickly, and say the colour, not the word. The left side of your brain wants to read the word, but the right side wants to say the colour.

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Canadian Dream by Avard Woolaver
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Four Rooms by Avard Woolaver
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Twilight Blue by Avard Woolaver
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Earth Day Selfie
A head full of hope.
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Urban Forest
Grain Elevator, Halifax, Nova Scotia
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Urban Forest

Grain Elevator, Halifax, Nova Scotia

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Winter Barn by Avard Woolaver
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Hants County, Nova Scotia  by Avard Woolaver
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Hants County, Nova Scotia  by Avard Woolaver

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Winter Cafe by Avard Woolaver
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Introspection 
"I am afraid that there are more people than I can imagine who can go no further than appreciating a picture that is a rectangle with an object in the middle of it, which they can identify. They don’t care what is around the object as long as nothing interferes with the object itself, right in the centre.”
—William Eggleston from the “Democratic Forest” (1989)
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Introspection

"I am afraid that there are more people than I can imagine who can go no further than appreciating a picture that is a rectangle with an object in the middle of it, which they can identify. They don’t care what is around the object as long as nothing interferes with the object itself, right in the centre.”

—William Eggleston from the “Democratic Forest” (1989)

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Steam Frame by Avard Woolaver
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Mindscape by Avard Woolaver
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Lucky Seven
Halifax, Nova Scotia
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4:20 on Flickr by Avard Woolaver
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