WPC: TINY

OOPS

I goofed and posted my first try in my other blog CASSANDRIC. Never mind, I enjoy showing my tinies as much as the next hopeful—

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—and if you are having problems getting ‘tiny’ from this, the tint is the dot to the right of the crossy bit atop this copper steeple. I saw nothing at the time but when I displayed on screen immediately noticed the dot.

Intrigued, I fiddled around with it in Photoshop trying all sorts of tweaks and conniptions, and ended up no wiser but with this—

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—so I sent both images to the NZ ‘UFO’ folks. Eventually I got a grudging response (persistence pays, it seems) and the rather unsatisfying “We think it may be a bird”. Yeah, right. Moving along in the bus—

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—you don’t get much tinier than this.

Give up?

Okay … bug on the stem. Gotcha~!

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And birds don’t come much tinier than this whiteye. Waxeye. Silvereye. Bird. Native to New Zealand they flew over from Australia (we are told) or blew across on a breeze. Only twelve-hundred miles … native means (I read somewhere once) “without human help”. Be warned if ye be judgemental: that was a small apple …

AND NOW, TO CLOSE

An olde English saying—

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—from might acorns, tiny oak trees grow.

Challenge met?

Hardly … don’t get me started …

boom-boom

 

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