Wide Angle Wednesday - Odd
I have come to the conclusion that "odd" comes under the same category as "beauty"; it's in the eye of the beholder.
I can remember years ago, if we saw someone muttering to themselves in the street, eyes were averted and roads were crossed, with mother saying, don't stare, it's rude. It's still rude to stare, but muttering to oneself is quite normal - we're just talking on the phone.
So while some people think it might be odd that we have a teddy bear in football colours sitting on the top shelf of the chopping block, we don't think it odd at all, it's just part of the interior landscape and we know we put him there to stop the animals getting hold of him, and shredding him to bits.
Some people might think it's odd that we are puzzling our brains for a wide angle image portraying "odd". We don't - we just know it's for blip.