I would like to thank everyone who has visited this site in its first calendar year of existence. And if you’ve shared anything from it, even better!
Today I saw a post by an acquaintance who had begun, a few years ago, a tradition that I think is a wonderful idea. And I’m telling you about it here because it’s kind of like a fractal. I hope she doesn’t mind.
She and her husband take a photo of themselves on New Year’s Eve each year, holding a printed photo of themselves they took the year before, holding the photo they took the previous year. So in each photo, as you zoom in, there is the couple holding the photo… and they get smaller, and smaller….
I wish I had thought of this 29 years ago.
Now, what can you look forward to on the site this year? More fractals of course. The ones I haven’t introduced to you yet, and new ones I will be creating. I hope to do some more experimentation as well. I’ve got lots of ideas floating around my head and once I settle into the routine after the kids go back to school, there will be plenty of creation happening! Also, I will be keeping you posted with any news in the world of physics that might pertain to my ideas about the role of fractals in the structure of our universe.
I hope you and yours have a very good year. And while I’ve got your attention… have a look around you. Is there enough art on your walls? 😉