Monday, April 19, 2010

04.19.10


04.19.10, originally uploaded by colemama.

The fact that there are so many interesting and interdependent parts in a corkscrew is fascinating in and of itself, but add the act of opening a corked wine bottle and the function adds unbelievable value!

Among the many books I am currently reading, Seth Godin's Linchpin, is definitely finding its way to the top of the priority list. Like an ordinary corkscrew, much of the book is not really new, but without its principles, we can't get the job done well! Once again a delicate balance of interplay between the anatomy (structure) and the physiology (function) of an object, an organization, or a living being! Naples, FL

3 comments:

  1. I like the angle you chose to shoot this - nice composition.

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