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December 15, 2010


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Beautiful. Positively stunning.

I would love to see that exhibit up close. I certainly would have loved being able to see something like that as a child.

F: glad that you agree with me - these really are attention-grabbing, and yes, I would think that they are a great way of capturing a kid's attention and stimulating an interest.

And thanks, as always, for your comments.

Exquisite and beautiful. They wouldn't look out of place in a London gallery.
A great synthesis of art and science...

Do you think the Dutch are so liable to arenophilia because their country itself is so sensitive to sediment budgets!? (i've read your book. ;) )

John - thanks for the comment - and you may be right about the Dutch: a lot of sand moves around and across their country, whose very existence, as you say, depends on a balanced budget....

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