About writing. And reading. And being published. Or not published. On working on being published. Tangents into the pop culture world to come. Especially about movies. And comic books. And movies from comic books.
I'm guessing, but I'd figure the intersections are islands, and the curvy lines currents, and also if you put me in a canoe and said paddle to this other island across the ocean, I'm probably dead in an hour.
Briane: I was thinking the shells are the islands, but I've never looked it up to see.
What a beautiful piece of art that is form and function at it's best.I love it, beautiful.cheers, parsnip and thehamish
Impressive. I totally have no idea how any of it works (not that I know much about sea charts anyway) but it's really cool looking.
Across the river Styx?
I'd be lying if I said I knew what any of that means. To me, it looks like the Snyders's pretzels I'm eating. That's how smart I am. However, it *is* cool to look at.
Elsie: Your pretzel comment made me lol.No, really, people looked.Okay, it was just my wife who looked, but, still...
Here's more info about these charts: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marshall_Islands_stick_chart The Wikipedia article actually includes a picture of the chart we saw at the museum. But they had a few more of them on display. It was really neat!
Didn't I laugh?
I guess if that's a chart then I've got all kinds of charts all over my house--or at least I've got pile and conglomerations of stuff that one might construe as having some kind of meaning.Arlee BirdTossing It Out
Lee: I don't think "meaning" is what that's called.