Garden of Constants by Artist Barbara Grygutis

Seen last week when I was on Ohio, I was walking to the swim meet from the  parking garage. And I did experienced exactly what the article quoted below says….”a fun surprise to stumble upon”

The Garden of Constants at the Ohio State University is a fun surprise to stumble upon. The massive, colorful numbers bring a whimsical air to the lawn outside the engineering building. They’ve stood there since 1994… “ from atlasobscura.com the large numbers are sculpted  from copper and bronze by artist Barbara Grygutis (click her name to see her other public art sculptures)

I will have to return to photograph these….

…. you’ll find pavers containing mathematical and formulaic constants. The formulas reflect the electrical engineering and computer science activities and classes that take place within the surrounding buildings.“

Screenlight from a Tube TV

At the Ohio History Connection today.

Ozzie and Harriet Show playing on a TV in the Lustron Home. 

 I can only imagine how heavy this television would be should one try to lift it.

Note the date on the calendar 1953!

 

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Becky B of Winchester has posted Bars of Sunlight for the #JanuaryLight challenge today. 

Rainbowlight on a Door Jamb

From the archives- Ohio 2016

There’s nothing like light, refracted.

Rainbowlight on a door jamb via the dining room chandelier and a bit of sun coming in the front window.

Becky B has been Struck by Moonlight again as the #Januarylight challenge continues. 

A Nightlight in My Family’s Kitchen

It’s my second post in response to the Light Squares challenge by Becky. You can see her Romantic Streetlights here 

Should you get up in the night and make your way to the kitchen, you’ll find this sweet nightlight aglow.


Christmas Lights, Candlelight, and Moonlight

Taking up Becky’s January Square Challenge of LIGHT. 

Not my house, but it is so inviting and the candles are flickering along the sidewalk.

And yes, that is the moon up at the top of the photo.

The temperature dropped to 32 and the lights shine in the darkness, making winter beautiful.

Becky says (via Cee’s Photography post of a lighthouse at Twilight)

I’m proposing our January squares are filled with words ending in light that means one or more of the following; sunlight, floodlights, firelight, skylights, candlelight, sidelights, starlight, footlights, moonlight, streetlights, torchlight, taillights, gaslight, headlights, or, as I have today, twilight – whether that be the astronomical, nautical or civil twilight. And feel free to find your own _____light, there are more than 50 words which end in light!

“Acrobats with Chair ” Sculpture -Jerzy Jotka Kedziora

BC7F7E28-E38B-4E7A-AD27-D2666FAE2C5AAt Columbus Main Library  Suspended from the ceiling.

Scroll down for links to other sculptures by Polish Artist  Jerzy Jotka Kedziora


1. Gravity Defying Sculptures in Columbus article

2. To see Eric Albrecht’s photo gallery/Columbus Dispatch of nearly three dozen sculptures by Polish artist Jerzy Jotka Kedziora click here 

 

Power Outage Created True Candlelight Mass

Saturday night, 5:00 Mass at St.Patrick Michael and Jack were altar servers. When we arrived, the power was out. Total blackout.   As the sun set while we were inside, the light from the stained glass windows disappeared and it got more dark. Father announced you could use cell phones in church to use your flashlight. With no electricity there was no organ but a harpsichord played What Child is this?/Greensleeves tune and for the recessional everyone sang Joy to the World as the cantor started the well known hymn, acapella.

A true candlelight mass. It was actually quite beautiful.

Erika said to me,” You just said you wanted to watch that show, where people re-enacted the 1800s.”