Wednesday, April 18, 2012


Photo by Bill Martin, Berkeley, April 12, 2012
How does something come to be?
It's precipitated through volition.

And a charge or flash coalesces the mass so that it can come forward with its own life.

If it's not delivered, not fed, not recognized, or if it's abandoned, then it dies.
Or maybe it mutates into something else - but the original form, for which it was intended, deforms.

And we're told to hawk this as a "design feature."
Photo by Phil McGrew, San Francisco, April 12, 2012

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