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as l stopped by the window
and filled the kettle for a brew
I was drawn to the symmetrical composition 
outside the kitchen window

twin parked
almost identical cars
made a strangely pleasing sight

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  1. What a delightful artistic coincidence!

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  2. I thought at first you'd mirror-imaged the photo yourself! What a fabulous suprise for you.

    By the way, I love your new look and title.

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  3. You're up late. I'm still in Sunday with a bunch of teenagers talking "Dude" talk behind me. (At least they haven't tried to banish me to a different room.) Love those green cars. Everything here is dark and beige blah!

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  4. What a great shot! Very very pleasing and amusing...

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  5. ha! how wonderful. I love little oddities in the world around me like that.

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  6. It's one thing to see something like that, but you managed to take a fantastic photo as well.

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  7. Well spotted! Everyone seems to be changing their templates at the moment, looks good.

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  8. That's a great picture - and the cars' colour is so striking as well.....

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  9. I love it. You couldn't get another picture like that if you tried.(Anywhere else!)
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  10. Except for the hub caps (do you call them hub caps in jolly old England?) they look identical to me and the symmetry is perfect

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  11. How the greens complement each other is a treat - You have such an eye, my Sara...

    And I am adoring your peacock finery, beautiful and very you! xox

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  12. And not only are the cars symmetrical, but so it the building and the espalier! So wonderful!!! But of course, with your artistic eye, you never miss a trick! Love that about you...among other things, dear friend! Hope your Monday is as fabulous as you are! Love, Janine XO

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  13. Pretty. And weird. Did you back away slowly?

    Such pretty sights out of your window. Do you have much of a breeze your way? A breeze can make all the difference.

    xo
    erin

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  14. that is quite amazing really X

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  15. You have a good eye! I doubt that picture could be taken two days in a row.
    Cheers,
    jj

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  16. oh what an odd but delightful shot!

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  17. How fascinating, I like that!

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  18. So cool... I wondered if the owners returning to them stuggled to work out which one was which.

    I remember spending five mins thinking the lock had broken on my brothers car until someone said... since when did your car have a sun roof? Ours was two rows further on in the car park

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  19. I love the color and juxtaposition of the random moment :)

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