Day 3050: Questions and answers

There are many questions and answers in the post, so I recommend you listen to “Question and Answer” by Pat Metheny while reading it.

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Letting go of self consciousness, I asked a question on Twitter that someone in a Coping and Healing group had asked this week, and I got A LOT of answers.

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To answer any questions about my Twitter handle of “@inqdragon2,” the “inq” stands for “inquisitive.”

Are there are any questions or answers in the photos I took yesterday?

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There’s no question that I love it around here.

Feel free to leave any questions and answers in the comments section below.

Q: How do I end my posts?

A: With gratitude.

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16 thoughts on “Day 3050: Questions and answers

  1. So many questions, so little time!

  2. puella33

    It’s important to love where you live.

  3. there’s no question that I love reading your blog and my answer is that the magnolia tree is beautiful, yes.

  4. Is it strange that I now want to change my first name to Chrysippus? Because he’s my new philosopher hero.
    Not asking for a friend.

  5. There is no question your landscape images with clouds are really nice in this post. They’re called low-altitude “stratocumulus” clouds which are patchy gray or white clouds that often have a dark honeycomb-like appearance.

    I see you also caught a ‘crepusculum’, also called ‘crepuscular rays’ or ‘sunbeam illusion”; those well-defined beams of light and dark around the time of sunrise and sunset. Crepuscular rays occur because of the low angle of the sun. The rays are visible because of dust particles in the air that reflect light from the rising or setting sun.

    The answer is that I loved it when I was fortunate to photograph ‘crepuscular rays’.

  6. Thank you for being so blooming curious, Ann.

  7. I loved your response to the guy who was single. It made me laugh out loud!

  8. You’ve been talkative. 😊

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