The Meandering Mind of Kamoranakrre
On Geometric Solids
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|The 9th day of February 2006|
|Date:|| Thu 09-Feb-2006 20:15 pm|
|Subject:|| On Geometric Solids|
|Mood of the moment:|
|Music of the moment:||Bob Dylan - Blowin' in the Wind|
|Tags: of the day · pictures · stuff and things|
Have you ever noticed that, when driving along a freeway (limited access multi-lane divided highway (or dual carriageway), i.e. motorway), there are lots of semis (tractor-trailers/trucks/lorries) carrying (transporting/moving/hauling) monochrome, regular shapes (geometric solids!) for points (locations/destinations) unknown? As it turns out, some of them may end up one day in your own home. You, too, could then use geometric solids to make your very own picture of the day.
The one on the left is really a huge foam block in the shape of Utah. There are two sheets in addition and one funnoodle-ish cylinder. For the record, kamoranakrre has nothing to do with them being there.
No thesauri were harmed in the making of this entry.