Daily Prompt: Rebel, Forest, Skewed, Core

Rebel See the source image
Rebel with or without a cause?
Forest See the source image
“You can’t see the forest for the trees” is an idiom in the English language used to describe a case in which one is so focused on the details of a given project that he cannot see or understand the whole issue. An idiom is a commonly used figurative expression that differs from the literal meaning of the expression.
Skewed
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See the source image Everyone has their own point of view!
Core
Understanding our surroundings.
OR Taste of a great apple.  See the source image
Have a great day! Hope
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