On the hottest day in July, a clever young graphic designer
known to me as "Watcher," assembled a Koch Star "Snowflake" out
of 2,107 shiny CDs on Walker's Hill, below Adam's Grave. The
CDs are arranged in groups of seven -- six around a central one
-- which are in turn grouped in seven (this is the smallest
group that is resolvable as a group in the largest shot), which
in true fractal manner are again grouped in seven, which are
finally grouped in a ring of six, with 49 alone in the middle of
the formation.

I think it was an absolutely brilliant bit of land art -- in
perfect harmony, and also in counterpoint, with the crop

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Peter Sorensen