Stones

 

5 vignettes on the theme of will emerge from the natural screens of Wonderstones, including 4 of the rarer Faultline Wonderstones. Stones takes on the spectrum of voluntary - involuntary will in the forces behind bodily and material movement. From the unlikely to the unseemly, muscle and mind memory overlap to collectively exercise their will-power. This is Will, part 2.

 

Wonderstone, occurring on several continents, is found in the U. S. Southwest, including in Salina Utah, where Faultline Wonderstone is mined. Displaying wavy patterns of color often with a black center, the faulted rock shows slip fault displacement, an earthquake captured in stone. There is no "flaw" where the two sides meet as the fault has "healed", showing the preservation of movement in a once-active active fault.

 

Wonderstone, a volcanic Rhyolitic rock, is a soft yellow, tan and black stone with wavy patterns of creams, yellows, pinks and reds. This stone brings energies of tranquility and helps eliminate worries. Wonderstone also helps reduce or eliminate depression and anxiety, giving an overall sense of well-being. Wonderstone can also bring mental clarity and give insight into the right course of action. 

 

Bat Cam (Fruit bats)

from Bat World Sanctuary, Weatherford, Texas

Bat World Sanctuary is on the front line to end the mistreatment of bats.

https://batworld.org/bat-cams/

 

Miura Fold

The Miura fold, a form of rigid origami, is a method of folding a flat surface into a smaller area. Named for its inventor, Japanese astrophysicist Kōryō Miura. The crease patterns of the Miura fold form a tessellation of the surface by parallelograms. Famously, large solar panel arrays for space satellites in the Japanese space program have been Miura folded before launch to then spread out in space. 

 

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