Friday, May 06, 2016

Dawn Scaffold

I love geometry! Especially when it looks like this...

Dawn Scaffold

The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.

Today's Gratitude Item: Getting to the end of a really long (and insanely busy) week.

Thursday, May 05, 2016

Repetitive Ripples

Struggled with the colouring of this one and am still not sure that the result is all it could be.

Repetitive Ripples

The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.

Today's Gratitude Item: Taking time to 'recharge'. Was exhausted after school today and ended up taking a much needed late afternoon nap. All I can say is that not being tired anymore is an amazing feeling.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016

5776 Yom HaShoah

This one contains over 1900 names of those who perished in the Holocaust. The names are from the Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names. The names are clearly visible in the 'original' version of the image.

The rather well known quote is attributed to Martin Niemoller.

5776 Yom HaShoah

The huge version is available at the preceding link.

Today's Gratitude Item: Getting home early enough to be able to walk outside before it got too dark. Finding $1.20 in the process was a nice bonus.

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Midnight Hammock

Despite the holes, this looks quite cosy.

Midnight Hammock

The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.

Today's Gratitude Item: A while back I called 'dibs' on a 'standing desk' that our senior learning team no longer needed. Said furniture, whilst extremely useful, is also rather expensive and it was not in my budget for this year. Happily, it was 'spare' and now it's mine. Life in my classroom has just gotten even better than it was before.

Monday, May 02, 2016

Frisbee

This is in the 'if only it was real' category. I'd imagine it would be fun to play with.

Frisbee

The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.

Today's Gratitude Item: That the beaded curtain I have rigged on one of my classroom doors might just work. This despite said curtain being too far off the ground. It will be interesting to see if this is a viable long term solution.