5 thoughts on “Among the Creatures of Ambiguia”

  1. Ambiguia and Ambiguous appear to be opposite realities. See inside a creature. Nothing hidden. Contrasts on the tree remain distinct, honest. Okay. I’ll go. I hope imagination is all I need. You and I both found that on our family tree.

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    1. Thanks for the kind complimentary comment, Terry.
      I use eyes to show the presence of individual sentience, often adding them later in the process as a creature suggests its existence. Ambiguity acts subtly with the environment to show a linkage at work.

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