Here are some ways of looking at a just-grabbled new potato. Thank you for visiting thetompostpile.
In our last post, we looked at a couple of Victorian symmetries. Our eyes love and are attracted to the symmetrical. We’re symmetrical creatures, so why not? As we walked […]
Three photos. Of coins in a fountain. Round coins. Round ripples. From where? (Seen in a Washington, D.C. museum’s reflecting pool.)
First light often wakes me. Having flown suddenly three thousand miles west, a more easterly time habituation wakes me early here. As happened yesterday at dawn. Not wanting to stay […]
The ‘pile is taking some days off to go to California, to visit with family. There’s an awful lot to notice here. This morning, while taking grandsons to school, the […]
Even though we’re now well into the twenty-first century, I have to confess that I’m still fond of, aware of, influenced by, and intrigued by the nineteenth century. The West […]
The walls of San José have many faces. Or is that multi-faces? Some faces are surreal Some are cartoonish. Some are noble, beautiful, and mysterious. What is this? Queen Nefertiti […]