Thursday, October 4, 2012


The current at the bottom of Jim Day Rapids shapes the pollen and duck weed floating on the surface. There are deformation zones and chains of vorticity maxima and minima. These patterns on the top of the water can be used to read the water currents in the same way that the cloud patterns in the atmosphere can be used to read the atmospheric "rivers". There are also fluid like patterns in the shapes and colours in the forest. It would appear that everything has a fluid aspect to it. The human body is even composed of about 57% fluids.
The wind was funneling up Long Reach and caused ripples in the surface of the water. These ripples reflected the sky colour while the surrounding calm water surfaces reflected the colours of the forest.
I used a lot of paint an wanted to have fun...

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