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Along with some schools and forts, pioneer churches are among the wooden structures that have been preserved in the Pacific Northwest. For Amy’s Lens-Artist challenge this week I’m featuring three church structures that extend along a 28 mile (45 km) … Continue reading
*”Augustin-Jean Fresnel (1788-1827), was a French Civil engineer and physicist whose research in optics led to the almost unanimous acceptance of the wave theory of light…he is perhaps better known for inventing the reflective/refractive Fresnel lens… …and for pioneering the … Continue reading
From age 14-18 I lived on a farm in Pullman, WA – USA. I still enjoy visiting working farms to smell the smells and see what’s growing. “The spear- or harpoon-type haymow forks often employed a hollow or … Continue reading
This fence is made of six-foot high cedar planks mounted on steel posts set into six inches of concrete. Originally meant only to keep the beagle in her own yard, it also provides space for an outside gallery. In this … Continue reading
I love the sensual curves of bent-wood chairs. This old oak Windsor provides a nice study of lines — and it’s comfortable to sit in too!