This is episode 4 of this holiday’s Exploring series. With yesterday’s focus on light, there is a logical connection between light and nature. After all, light is the foundation for life as we know it on Earth … and nature is the center stage for each of our lives.
Nature is all around us. We interact with it, sense it, we explore it, and even ignore it. Thankfully, not everyone chooses to ignore it. As a matter of fact, they share what they’ve learned with anyone who is willing to learn.
Nature is a fascinating place and even linked to numbers. After watching this video, share your thoughts in the comments. Do you have a favorite pattern in nature?
The Exploring series aims at taking a look at a topic through a wonderful video. The previous two posts examined the wonder of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture and the inspiring mind … but today is light.
Light is a necessity for biological relationships, yet to humans it’s more than luminescence that stimulates sight. Light is a metaphor for understanding a problem, a viewpoint, a context, and yes – even an angle. Light is on the outside and the inside … and to some even see it as eternal.
Think about light as you watch this video, and then share your thoughts after watching.
I hope you enjoyed the first edition of my short Exploring series. From Frank Lloyd Wrights FallingWaters, let us now explore inspiration.
All of us get inspired. After all, it is the desire or trigger to get something done. Each of us have different triggers, and react differently to the same stimulus.
Artists, authors, researchers, leaders, composers, explorers, inventors, and problem solvers are a few of the people who use inspiration for achieving at a higher level.
As you watch this video, think of inspiration’s synonyms as creativity, inventiveness, imagination, originality, ingenuity, and innovation.
After watching it, please share your thoughts.
For those celebrating Christmas, I hope you had a wonderful holiday. For others, I hope your day was a good one.
For the time between Christmas Day and the new year, I want to provide posts that will capture your imagination. I call these the Exploring series with each featuring a short introduction and a video – all with hopes of getting interesting comments.
Watch, enjoy, and share your thoughts about this computer animation of an actual masterpiece.