City Fingerprints

Post 1194 by dglp

Published on March 3, 2018 ~ 10:57 AM

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QR Linking

Solstice Sundial (@ 52.43984,-1.89991)

20150330_074807B Lorem ipsum can I get the image to align to the left of this paragraph? So that the entire bit of text sits to the right, rather than below?

Post 899 by dglp

Published on July 6, 2015 ~ 01:11 PM

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Waypoint 30

All Terrain Vehicle? Mars Rover?
missions of discovery
The rover heads toward a colourful and richly featured outcrop. There are things to be discovered, examined, and to fire the imagination. Not just the objects themselves, but the sense of possibility inherent in ths sort of landscape.

One thing we can do is look at the kinds of plants that occur. Pretty quickly we stop to look at the coltsfoot, which we mistakenly thought of as butterbur – which it resembles in leaf shape, but not size. I also think of butterbur as a waterside plant, but this is in about the most arid soil around. Maybe it’s not the plant I’m thinking of.20150524_125213

Next to it is a clump of flytipped garden cuttings – holly, clematis – or something like it. But it’s the abstracted shape that’s interesting. Or is that about how the mind finds a pattern in the lines of stems? I’m thinking of Stick Around, the new project we’re running at the orchard. But it’s also nest-like, hair like, maybe even turban-like. Various images come to mind. The patterns start to shift around, the bundle seems to take on a variety of shapes. There’s a whirling vortex of a galaxy in there.



Post 779 by dglp

Published on May 28, 2015 ~ 12:32 AM

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Here is a City

Here is a figure-ground drawing of Berlin.

Next to it are the figures, arranged alphabetically, as made by Armelle Caron.


Here are some alphabets. Can you make a city?

Post 634 by dglp

Published on February 23, 2011 ~ 10:50 PM

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