799: (249/365) Turning over a New Leaf

Posted by wonko on September 6, 2017 in 365-2017, plant |

…shows you the underside of that leaf, really: This is Naomiki Sato’s “leaf”, a lovely green thing that is destined to be attached to stems holding up flowers.

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647: (97/365) Yabbie

Posted by wonko on April 8, 2017 in 365-2017, crustacean |

Small, delicious crustaceans abound all over the world, in Australia we have the Yabbie: Found in freshwater dams, billabongs and rivers, yabbies are treasured as an Australian bush tucker.

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Folding Algorithms – Sato Rose

Posted by wonko on January 20, 2014 in blarg, flower, geometry |

Much of Origami is algorithmic (algorithm = procedural solution to a problem). A rabbit ear is an algorithm, one knows how to fold it on a corner – double rabbit ear is the same solution, folded two simultaneously. Petal fold is also a standard maneuver which got me thinking of the Sato Rose algorithm. I […]

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138: Flu Jab

Posted by wonko on May 18, 2011 in blarg, domestic |

This afternoon I went to get my annual Flu Jab: I am told it is “just a little prick with a needle” but I am sure the bloke who injected me does not like to be referred to that way 😛 I thought I should go original design also, not thinking I needed a pattern, […]

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