My American Landscape XLIII

Reflections of Fibonacci Water, sand, sky and clouds. Leonardo Bonacci, Leonardo of Pisa, Leonardo Pisano Bigollo, or Leonardo Fibonacci, had to have been a beach child. Nope. Pretty sure the only time he spent near water was with the merchants of the Mediterranean where he learned, refined and defined the Hindu-Arabic form of mathematics. One…

My American Landscape XLII

Leadbetter State Park, Washington, USA The state of Washington is famous for its volcanoes, mountain ranges, cities, multitude of water accesses, island archipelagos and my favorite, oyster beds. These images are from the far north end of Leadbetter State Park. Dune forests are unique in the state. Lush and dry within a few yards of…

My American Landscape XLI

Miracles – Light’s Journey I am reading Neil DeGrasse Tysen’s book “Black Holes, . . . ” As an astrophysicist, his concerns are all things outside of our immediate globe. The last chapter was concerned with how the Sun provides light here on Earth. Without going into great detail, it is a miracle that we…