not an odd number

i prefer 3s, 5s, 7s, odd numbers in general.

it could be that the triangulation of 3s is more pleasing to my eye. the power of the triangle, with its mystical veil thrown over it (a piano shawl over the baby grand in the corner), could not be more enchanting.

this morning i triangulated my position by first facing west and the setting moon and then east to greet the sun.

and then i turned north to head back home facing the triangles of the mountains. 3s seemed to be everywhere i turned, as if nature preferred the odd over the even.

and just before i ducked back into the house and the moon disappeared behind the western horizon, i stopped to consider, 1, 2, 3, (and took the fourth photograph of three objects.)


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