My daughter and I have been trolling the Gutenberg Project e-books at bedtime, and we just finished Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. In the part of the story when the Nautilus travels through the Sargasso Sea, the narrator, … Continue reading
Posted in My environment, Science fiction, time, Work in Progress
Tagged 20000 leagues under the sea, biodegradable, energy, George carlin, gyre, h.g. Wells, Jules Verne, ocean, painting, plastic, roots, sargasso sea
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Since I was low on cash during the holidays, I gave painting “commissions” to my relatives. I told them to make a request and I would produce an 8″x10″ painting for them. Only one of them actually made a request… … Continue reading
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…from maybe the Bronze Age or thereabouts, they might wonder at my ignorance when it comes to knowing when I am without a watch or calendar. I realized this the other night because it has been cloudy with oddly cold … Continue reading
Tagged art, art history, astronomy, calendar, cave paintings, moon, moon phases, painting, stargazing, stars, time, trees
Welcome to WordPress.com. This is your first posWow. Once more… With feeling? Once again, trying to do something mobile-ly via my iPad, and things just don’t quite work right. I can’t see anything as I type it. I’m sure there … Continue reading