There’s nothing better than wearing something with a little iridescence to bring out a smile on your face. The Honk Festival’s parade will be graced by what may constitute a swarm of Wandering Gliders and Blue-Fronted Dancers, residents of our 162-acre urban habitat here in Cambridge, Mass. If you’re a resident of the vicinity ofContinue reading “Be Iridescent”
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“All the extra sand here is called perpendicular.” “The sand clumps are called parallels.” “All that water is called deception.” Children not only make meaning, but at a certain age they play with meaning. And by the way, “what would happen if you froze sand and water?” What I have here are land and waterContinue reading “perpendicular sand”
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