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      Randy

      Patterns in nature (even nature altered by man as at a rising reservoir) almost always present great creative thinking potential. What "disparate" elements are mixed in the pattern; where did they originate; what state are they in; where are they going; what adjacencies and interrelationships are evident, etc.? The alleged "chaos" in nature actually has great order in process and construct, when one gains comprehension of it. Question: Is wilderness more structured and predictable than a city? I believe so! Think about it!

      Roger von Oech

      Randy: "Patterns in nature (even nature altered by man as at a rising reservoir) almost always present great creative thinking potential." I heartily agree. Odd patterns are great stimulants to the imagination!

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      Nowadays people can turn almost everything in art. that's why I do not like some brainchild.

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