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Lynda J Leonard
Matter Manipulator aka Artist · Kansas City, Missouri · Mar 1, 1998 to present "I am an artist celebrating the transformation of human consciousness using the ancient language of sacred geometry in my art." Primary materials used are papercrete (shredded/recycled paper and concrete) with found objects and recycled materials incorporated.
Matter Manipulator aka Artist · Kansas City, Missouri · Mar 1, 1998 to present "I am an artist celebrating the transformation of human consciousness using the ancient language of sacred geometry in my art." Primary materials used are papercrete (shredded/recycled paper and concrete) with found objects and recycled materials incorporated.
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Great article, good read by my friend Angela Treat Lyon

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Can't wait to see Linda Ganstrom's new work.
Preparing for the ‪#‎NCECA‬ National Conference next month--National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. This piece is Adult Marie, by Linda Ganstrom. Show opens on 3/16. — with Linda Ganstrom. ‪#‎ceramics‬ ‪#‎contemporaryart‬ ‪#‎KansasCity‬ ‪#‎liveinspired‬ www.leopoldgallery.com
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Love these kind of photo shots.
A Dark Earth with a Red Sprite
Image Credit: ISS, Expedition 31 Crew, NASA
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap151220.html

There is something very unusual in this picture of the Earth -- can you find it? A fleeting phenomenon once thought to be only a legend has been newly caught if you know just where to look. The featured image was taken from the orbiting International Space Station (ISS) in late April and shows familiar ISS solar panels on the far left and part of a robotic arm to the far right. The rarely imaged phenomenon is known as a red sprite and it can be seen, albeit faintly, just over the bright area on the image right. This bright area and the red sprite are different types of lightning, with the white flash the more typical type. Although sprites have been reported anecdotally for as long as 300 years, they were first caught on film in 1989 -- by accident. Much remains unknown about sprites including how they occur, their effect on the atmospheric global electric circuit, and if they are somehow related to other upper atmospheric lightning phenomena such as blue jets or terrestrial gamma flashes.
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