Weekly Photo Challenge: Unique

Aren’t you continually amazed about how each of us is unique? No-one does or says anything just the same way as another person, unless perhaps identical twins now and then. At the last Joy of Being Retreat here at Dadirri we enjoyed an art workshop based around the spectrum. We gazed through coloured cellophane and noticed how our brains adjusted the colours of the landscape, we played with coloured papers and tissue, including making a ‘stained glass window’ with a prepared black template. Just look at these to understand how each of the artists expressed their unique sense of colour and design.

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    • we bought some packs of paper (for the retreat) so the three year year old is having fun when she is here, not quite up to such a structured activity yet, she is a very free creative being with a great passion for sticky tape construction at present : )

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