Sunday, March 10, 2013

An Imperfect World

This is the fence along the front of the Corbett House at the Tucson Museum of Art. Nature is not always perfect. To mimic an imperfect natural world, the Indians building the fence in 1907 installed one of the posts upside down. That is the story according to a docent at the museum. Being an imperfect person, that certainly works for me.


  1. Cool photo, cool fence; interesting idea!

  2. From an email from Daryl Gerke:

    As a colleague once said (with his tongue firmly in his cheek), "Those of us who never make mistakes are amused by those of you who do." Zing...


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