Sunday, September 17, 2006
Patterns that connect
Driving from Ballarat to Corowa via Creswick, Clunes, Talbot, and Maryborough, Bendigo, Shepperton and Yarawonga there were some patterns that connected me to the Australian landscape more than others. The bark patterns of the eucalypts, angophera and other native species was one.
In some places the colours of Europe jarred, beautiful as I have found them in other contexts.
Paul Rosenberg, following Gregory Bateson, is also concerned with patterns that connect.
Posted by Ray at 11:26 am