When one looks there is geometry everywhere.
Pink wrapping paper contains geometrical patterns.
On the walls of the
National Gallery of Victoria.
The home of Australian Art…in Melbourne.
Note the nicely blended rectangles.
Even in the Geelong suburb of Waurn Ponds…
…geometry is a feature of its external walls.
This photo of Taji’s kennel contains
at least three geometrical shapes.
Was this wooden water pipe handmade….possibly.
A community group assembled these planter boxes
with the aid of a few power tools.
Rough and ready but it is the first thing
I remember making for a wee Brandy pup in 1988.
In 2016 it was replaced with…
with a newer model for a newer pooch.
The old pooch gave it her seal of approval.
Candi even has a verandah in front.
Really I decided not to cut the timber
and it has been a real bonus for her.
But Taji’s kennel was the first and biggest one I made.
Big enough to cater for visitors.
was found on our newly acquired farm.
Now all followers who could be known as MGW
will probably think the same as MGW did.
She thought even less when I loaded it on
the trailer and moved it 200 kilometers
to our new home.