It's a good life.
It's amazing how that resembles the inside of a stony coral "cup" where the polyp once lived.
Have you noticed that you are drawn to circular and spiral images? historically, anthropologically, i believe those shapes are suppose to be more feminine.in class today, open lecture, i discussed the "shape" of history, which is actually quite linear; i further posed that WS challenges that model. Indeed, I suggested that we also look at herstory and drew a spiral on the board--indicated multiple layers and perspectives when analyzing the past . . .
SQ, I hadn't really noticed that I'm drawn to circular/spiral images. After looking back through photos I find more pleasing, I think you may be right. Who knew?I know I am drawn to symmetry -- I like balance. Perhaps it's the inherent balance of radial symmetry that I find appealing...Did I ever mention to you that you remind me of my sister? I'll have to tell you about her someday. She was a very special person to me and I miss her terribly -- she died eight years ago.
I am struck by the shape of this as well. I was thinking it reminded me of how some shells look when they have fossilized in rock. I agree with SQ about being drawn to those shapes, which are often symbollic of the feminine. A beautiful photograph.
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