Andres Edwards wrote:Fractals are quite amazing! I've always enjoyed books that show the patterns in nature (Patterns in Nature by Philip Ball and On Growth and Form by D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson.
I want to give everyone a heads up that I will be traveling all day tomorrow and off-line. I'm looking forward to resuming our conversation on Thursday.
Nicole Alderman wrote:Please join me in welcoming Andrés Edwards, author of Renewal: How Nature Awakens Our Creativity, Compassion, and Joy by Andrés Edwards
Read the book review here!
Andrés will be hanging out in the forums until May 5th answering questions and sharing his experiences with you all.
At the end of the week, we'll make a draw for 4 lucky winners to win a copy of his book! From now until Friday, all new posts in the Personal Care forum are eligible to win.
To win, you must use a name that follows our naming policy and you must have your email set up to receive the Daily-ish email.
The winners will be notified by Personal Moosage and must respond within 24 hours. Only the winners who respond within that timeframe will receive their book. Watch for a PM, and a notice in this thread announcing the winners!
Please remember that we favour perennial discussion. The threads you start will last beyond the event. You don't need to use Andrés' name get his attention. We like these threads to be accessible to everyone, and some people may not post their experiences if the thread is directed to the author alone.
I seem to have trouble remembering the name, "romanesco" so I'm always calling that broccoli, "Fibonacci Broccoli". My husband hadn't seen it before, but as soon as he did, he got the reference.
Some are very obvious as the aeaonium I posted in another thread, or the romanesco....
Hugo Morvan wrote:Yeah, i did and i'm on the other side of the Atlantic. Great read thanks!