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Picture this, a warm summers day in my garden and the bees were buzzing. The sweet scent of tomatoes freshly picked from the greenhouse, beetroots dug up and peas popping out of their jackets. The colours were truly amazing. We were set for lunch, we just needed to add lettuce and Feta cheese! We laid the table, and added the daisy chains that we had been making across the centre.
It was delicious.... until I noticed that I had half a caterpillar on my plate! We did laugh until our bellies hurt and I did join in after a while. Sorry caterpillar ....
This drawing began as a somewhat darker panel to the tune of "Celery Stalks At Midnight". However, it morphed into a musing about the "hidden" geometry of corn, i.e. 1) how the geometry of the corn stalk might change over the course of a growing season and 2) the infinite possibilities of the geometry of the corn maze. Perhaps there's another panel for the celery at some future date!