Stirring the Muse

David Watson, architect in the Greater Los Angeles area.

Photo credit: Seair Seaplanes

You may be thinking, “Stirring the muse… seriously?”  Yep, stirring the muse.  Or, put another way, massaging the creative muscle… right-brain road trip… mind-fuel, etc.

The idea is that we (our design firm) use this forum to share experiences and reflections from our own life that inspire us creatively.  An image, a poem, a song, a philosophical Cabbie, whatever.  Let’s see how it goes.  If, for some reason, it makes no sense, we can always revert to discussing the benefits of LED lighting versus Halogen… yadda, yadda, yadda.

Smoother than any pelican I’ve ever seen take-off or land, the seaplanes in Vancouver Harbour are a majestic site.  Who was the 1st pilot to try that?  Clearly a byproduct of necessity, some brave soul figured out a brilliant way to access the remote areas our world by plane… And I’m glad they did because it is a beautiful marriage of aerodynamics and nature to behold.

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