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Doodle Waves

By Not Quite Perfect on Mar 24, 2020 in: waves

Sometimes when I doodle, I make random patterns / geometric shapes rather than anything concrete. This is the fractal equivalent. Today's Gratitude Item: Being safe. Being at home with loved ones. Being able to 'remote teach' my senior students.

Modern Curves

By Not Quite Perfect on Feb 6, 2020 in: waves

Am not too sure about this one... Today's Gratitude Item: An unexpected lunch 'out' with colleagues. This was a nice conclusion to our 'Teacher Only Day' and a great start to the weekend.

Unparalleled

By Not Quite Perfect on Jan 30, 2020 in: waves

The edges of the shapes are straight - or are they? Start at this one long enough and it will mess with your head. Today's Gratitude Item: Getting a brief break in the madness that is also known as 'back to school'. The last three days have felt...

Crazy Waves

By Not Quite Perfect on Jan 4, 2020 in: waves

Which turned out surprisingly well. The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.Today's Gratitude Item: Tailor's chalk. Nothing else we tried was any good at marking black fabric :)...

Trey Edward Shults’s third movie, the instantly acclaimed Waves, hits the ground running and sprints for a good hour, the camera twirling and pushing and zooming to capture the frenetic life of high school senior Tyler (Kelvin Harrison Jr.). He’s...

Ocean Net

By Not Quite Perfect on Sep 12, 2019 in: waves

It turns out that woven waves are now a thing. The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.Today's Gratitude Item: School exams are next week. The good thing about this is a slightly lighter teaching load and a bit less stress. The p...

In Longjing, China, more than 40 people were reportedly injured at the Yulong Shuiyun Water Amusement Park when an electronics failure at their "tsunami pool" generated unexpectedly massive waves. From the South China Morning Post: Five...