The start of each question….



…which basically was intended to discover…

…the state of the artists mind

when creating these works of art.

The Invisible Man.


…is the illusion being achieved.



One Word Sunday Challenge:   What





the tendency for incorrect perception of a stimulus as an object,
pattern or meaning known to the observer,
such as seeing shapes in clouds,
seeing faces in inanimate objects or abstract patterns,
or hearing hidden messages in music.


My imagination may be

a bit weird, but...

…I can see profiles and at least one face in these flames

which are burning oil refinery waste.

More than once I have referred to

the sad eyes in this image.

Not certain if either are examples of pareidolia.



One Word Sunday Challenge:   Pareidolia





writing, or using some other medium.
such as telephone lines or computers


Push button telephones.

How modern they were.

As a means of communication they

are now usually only found in museums.



One Word Sunday Challenge:  Communication





a pursuit, area of study, or skill to which someone
has devoted much time and effort
and in which they are expert.


During my late teens and early twenties

I spent four years learning how

to class (grade/sort) wool.

And that was my specialty throughout

most of my working life

During the the 1990s I furthered

my expertise in this field

by successfully completing an

Associate Diploma of

Wool and Fibre Marketing.

In the early 1990s we purchased our first computer,

complete with Windows 3.1 and an 80 MB hard drive.

After competing an Adult Education and Training Degree

followed by a Primary Teaching Degree I gained employment

at a local high school where 50% of my teaching load

was teaching computer skills.

After moving to Geelong I spent 6 years in a

Corrections Environment, again

specialising in computer skills.



One Word Sunday Challenge:  Speciality






After last year’s fire,

I believe Notre Dame de Paris …

…will take considerable restoration to

return it to its former splendour.


I was so pleased Pompeii was on our itinerary.

The lighter coloured stone in the amphitheatre seating

are restored sections.



One Word Sunday Challenge:  Restoration