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A pattern of patterns, scores of woven baskets and flats (= to be used as hot mats/pads). decorating a wall.

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Agate, a slab cut and polished to translucency.
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Repeating spars (or whatever they're called) under the bridge.

The system wouldn't let me give that picture more than one "like" the way I wanted.

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I can deal with repetition by introducing some gaps.
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A pattern that changed every second, but was pretty much always the same.
Are those live fish?
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Are those live fish?
Yes. I couldn't see what was in there to keep them clustered in that way, however a clever feature of the tank intended to amuse kids - - you can duck down under it, then stick your head up into a plastic dome within the tank where you are surrounded by all the clown fish.

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Dried poinsettia leaves.



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Display in a bead shop
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Crystals. My notes say this is sulfur although usually it is bright yellow.
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Are those live fish?
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Yes. I couldn't see what was in there to keep them clustered in that way, however a clever feature of the tank intended to amuse kids - - you can duck down under it, then stick your head up into a plastic dome within the tank where you are surrounded by all the clown fish.
Like my son many years ago at the Vancouver aquarium....in the bubble goofing off.
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"Goofing off" = something we do as kids and try to control as adults.
Amethyst crystals, part of a good-sized geode. The color of these is on the pale side.
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This store was chock full of patterns, shapes and textures

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I think this is an art installation...

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I wasn't sure this should go on this thread. It's a cut stone that gives the illusion of having something like a flower inside - looks a bit like a water lily. The effect isn't visible from every angle.
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