The color of the sidewalk is what struck me about this street-level design. I’m sure the pinkness is the original color, not a faded red. But it has a washed-out look to it, and yet the geometry is strong.
This configuration of parking lot curbs, pavement and no-skid mat caught my attention. I liked the colors and, when I flattened the image in my mind’s eye, I thought of a balance point underneath a curved, tricolor beam. I could not resist applying a couple of filters to this image:
The photo-edited picture is a much better representation of the image my brain produced the other night.
I was very impressed by the construction of diagonal numbers (of Georg Cantor) as described in one of the books I am reading: Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges. Decimal representations of fractions were printed in a list, one below the next, with their decimal places aligned. The diagonal number’s digit are made […]
This is the image on the back of my eyelids as I was dozing off. But on my lids, the black streak was black on a black background and the dot was white.
Another night shot of parking lot curbs. This one was lit by the headlights of a passing car.
Harry has pure white whiskers. Here is a portrait of some of them.
This is the manhole cover directly adjacent to the crescent picture from yesterday’s post. It is only slightly twisted from its original position.
New parking lot photo:
The photo below is an expanded view of one posted the other day. The rounded, colorful protrusion from the bottom right of the frame is approximated by the white rectangular outline that enters from the left of the picture, a crude model of the three-dimensional object.