The poet Goethe argued that colour is formed by the boundaries between light and darkness. He argued that it was possible to see in the dark — that colour (or light) were […]
Go for the winter ones! Poplars Under the Eye of the Snow And, five minutes later … Darkness helps.
The human mind reads patterns. Perhaps it does so because it is formed from an earth rich with patterns. Perhaps the moment of apprehension of pattern is called meaning. Perhaps that […]
Goethe’s theory of colour postulated that colour was an edge effect between darkness and light, and that the colours the human mind viewed were dependent upon mood and health — that they, […]
Two days ago, the summer sun came up. That evening, the god of the wind passed by. Heading south. Check out the mini-god boiling out of his ear. Such a hurry hurry […]
Look how there are three atmospheres in the valleys inland from the Coast Mountains and the rainforests of the Pacific shore. The first one is high and wet. It’s only wet because […]
So, you know, I’m hanging out with my buddies … … waiting for the apples of springtime, the ones that have bloomed in the basement and which turn to stars when thrown […]
For weeks, I have been growing increasingly excited about the luminous, directionless white light that has been filtering down through the clouds. Yesterday, I pointed out how the sun is not yellow, […]