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Crayfish and fry

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Bioengineered Art

Either there are some big bower birds on campus or humans have been mimicking their huts through bioengineered art! This is the first time I’ve seen willow walls used primarily for aesthetic purposes rather than functional stream bank stability structures. … Continue reading

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The biggest irony

The biggest irony lies beneath our feet in duff, dirt & rotten wood – microscopic bacteria feeding off the demise of giants.

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Slippery slope

My left  & right brain are at tug-of-war amid gray  matter muck, I am the go-between referee on a slippery slope of thought.

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Hemispheric perspectives

Logic-based left brain simply sees a painting. Emotion-based right brain multi-tasks, it feels the moment while painting the bigger picture.

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Snappers and sardines

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Two snapping turtles in a hoop trap with sardines Two turtle doves these ain’t This puts “Green Eggs and Ham” to shame All Dr. Seuss did was pull a cat from his brain

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Frog fixation

Frogs leap lilly pad to pad, plunk, slap, webbed digits leave  wet kisses on heart-shaped napkins, algae-green taffy throats stretching out, vocals stuck on repeat ribbet-ribbets, countless  tympanums in the vicinity riveted, whiz-snap pops their tongue whips, wrangling unsuspecting insects, … Continue reading

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